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Cynthia Domulot

Music & Choir Director

Cynthia Domulot, music and choir director, is originally from Hattiesburg, MS, and has been performing as a pianist, clarinetist, percussionist and vocalist in the local area as well as throughout the U.S. and abroad for many years. She has been featured with her jazz trio, The Guffman Trio, co-founded with her husband-drummer Fred Domulot, at numerous festivals and venues throughout the Southeast.

Over the years she has performed with artists such as saxophonist Plas Johnson, the Hal Galper Trio, the Cab Calloway Band, Phil Woods bassist- Steve Gilmore, former Stravinsky pianist and coach to the stars- Pearl Kauffman, vocalist/songwriter Billy Fellows, guitarist Ted Shumate, comedian/vocalist Jeannine Gardner and Stephen Sorrentino, James Brown drummer John “Jabbo” Starks, woodwind artist Charlie DeChant, Duke Ellington vocalist, Lil Greenwood and vocalist- Giacomo Gates. Before becoming a full time band/choral director she was a music director/band leader for Celebrity Cruises, which included performing with and arranging music for many guest artists on the ship circuit. She performs regularly for Jazz Society of Pensacola functions and has performed with the Pensacola and Northwest Florida Symphonies. She holds a B.A. in Instrumental Music Education, is a band and choral director, and works as a freelance studio session player. Cynthia currently serves as Artistic Director/Conductor for The Gulf Coast Chorale and Choral Director/Piano Instructor at J.M. Tate High School.

Her professional affiliations include Florida Music Educator’s Association, the National Association for Music Education, Florida Vocal Association, Florida Jazz Educators Association, Jazz Education Network and the National Educators Association.