Joseph W. Sramaty

Director Joseph W. Sramaty has been a performer, director, vocal coach, music director, technical director, production coordinator, producer, managing director, educator, and pianist throughout New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania for the last 12 years. His repertoire includes musical theatre, sacred music, classical music, and opera.  He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Vocal Music Performance with a minor in British History from Stockton University, where he works for the Division of Academic Affairs as the Executive Assistant to the Provost.

He trained under  Dr. Beverly Vaughn and Ms. Joanne Gabriel. His theatre credits include: Pippin (Featured Player), High School Musical (Ryan), Little Shop of Horrors (Mr. Mushnik), Footloose (Reverend Moore), A Holiday Homecoming (Vocalist/Producer), Murder Me Always (Fritz Fontaine/Mr. Swanswallow/Sam Saturday/Producer) and Medley Series I & II (Featured Vocalist). 

 His credits as Music Director include: Medley Series I & II, Paris ’75, Frogs Re-Imagined, Ahab: A Musical Odyssey, The Color Purple Musical, and Here’s Love (Miracle on 34th Street).

 Sramaty often workshops and guest conducts choirs throughout the state. He currently serves as an Adjunct Faculty member for the Music Program at Stockton University, where he teaches vocal music performance and conducts the Stockton Pops Choir.

 Sramaty has performed for audiences of over 13,000 people, earning him praise from the Asbury Park Press.  In June of 2015, he performed as a member of the chorus for Handel’s Messiah at Carnegie Hall. Most recently, he performed the National Anthem for Former Vice President Joe Biden when he visited Stockton University.