Dan Signor - Director of the Pensacola Bay Harmonizers!

Dan earned his B.M.E. in Vocal Music Education from The University of Maine, graduating with Highest Distinction.  A classically trained tenor, Dan performed with the Portland Opera Repertory Theatre and can be heard on a CD performing sacred music with a Boston based professional choir and orchestra.  If you dig deep enough you will also hear his voice on a number of local recordings. Dan has traveled extensively while serving as a guest clinician, vocal judge, festival director and ensemble coach.

A long-time member of the Barbershop Harmony Society, Dan is a retired Certified Singing Judge, a Certified Barbershop Chorus Director, and a two time Northeastern District Quartet Champion.  He served on the National BHS Music and Performance Committee as VP for Quartet Development.  Currently Dan sings in a number of a cappella quartets, both in Pensacola and New Hampshire.

Dan has been a public school vocal music educator in New England for 21 years.  Over the past 15 years he served as the Choral Director at Lebanon High School in Lebanon, NH.  During his tenure there he conducted 6 vocal ensembles and taught guitar, piano and ukulele.  During that time, he and his super talented wife, Gaye, founded the Harmony Night Community Chorus and Dan served as their director for 11 years. Dan and Gaye also founded the Upper Valley A Cappella Showcase - a fundraising concert that featured many local a cappella ensembles - which has run for 15 years and raised thousands of dollars for local musical causes.

By day, Dan is the voice teacher at Blues Angel Music; he also flips/renovates houses to make ends meet and to satisfy his inner "Handy Man." While not doing music or brandishing a paint brush, you can find him riding his motorcycle, playing with his two cats, Stone and Rogue, or going for long walks with Gaye. Dan and Gaye have a talented barbershopping daughter, Alexa, who lives in Charlottesville, VA with her boyfriend, Matt.