Steven Broschinsky is a pianist, vocalist, and educator. He has been accompanying soloists and choirs, singing and performing in choirs and musicals, and working in high schools teaching musical theatre and vocal classes for 12 years.
He worked as an accompanist at Highland High School and the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts, and was music director for productions as varied as the Broadway musicals “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Zombie Prom,” as well as Gilbert & Sullivan’s operetta “The Pirates of Penzance” and Henry Purcell’s opera “Dido and Æneas.” Students in his production of “The Pirates of Penzance” were nominated for the Utah High School Musical Theatre Awards, a first for the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts.
Mr. Broschinsky is very active with local community theaters. He has worked with Draper, Sandy, Murray, and Taylorsville cities in Utah. He music directed the last three productions in Taylorsville. For each of those years, the Zoo, Arts and Parks (ZAP) program increased the funds that were given to Taylorsville due to the increasing quality of the productions over those years. In 2017, he was instrumental in beginning a youth theatre program in Taylorsville.
He is currently continuing his education at Utah Valley University, completing his degrees in Commercial Music and Music Education. His professors include Todd Sorenson, Nathan Hofheins, and Dr. Reed Criddle.