Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. Brian Bohrer
Mr. Bohrer has been teaching choral music for the past twenty one years and joined the faculty at Pittsford Central School District in 2017. He holds degrees in Music Education and Performance from Ithaca College and the Eastman School of Music. An active performer, Mr. Bohrer has appeared with Rochester Lyric Opera, the Rochester Oratorio Society, and recently played Tevye in Webster Theatre Guild's "Fiddler on the Roof." In 2016, Mr. Bohrer was awarded Outstanding Choral Educator award by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.
Under his direction, the Sutherland Concert Choir has earned a NYSSMA Level VI Gold rating. The SHS Musicals "Mary Poppins," "Evita," and "Pippin" earned awards at the RBTL Stars of Tomorrow for Best Musical, Best Dance Ensemble, Best Singing Ensemble, and two students, Natalie Leclair (2018) and Megan Fiorella (2021), won the solo competition and participated in the National High School Musical Theatre (Jimmy) Awards. Prior to joining PCSD, Mr. Bohrer taught at Rush-Henrietta SHS, where his choirs performed in Old North Church (Boston), Trinity Church Wall Street, Walt Disney World, and the Statue of Liberty. He also advised the theater program at R-H, where he directed "The Addams Family," "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," "Monty Python's Spamalot," "Shrek the Musical," and "Little Women."
He is also very active in community theatre, including directing for Webster Theatre Guild and the Brighton Summer Arts theatre program.
Mr. Bohrer resides in Irondequoit, where his wife is a school librarian and his son Charlie attends Irondequoit High School.