Robert May is a singer and composer based in New York City. A graduate of The Juilliard School in voice, he makes his living in the city as a freelance musician, performing, teaching, and coaching. Robert lent his voice to the off-Broadway show The Trial of Martin Luther and performed his original songs in Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. Robert had the pleasure of arranging and singing spirituals for MetLiveArts, the performance component of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with members of the New York City Ballet in a preliminary showing in March 2018. The final performance in March 2019 will feature the same personnel in addition to original music by incarcerated men at San Quentin prison. Active in the professional choral scene in New York, Robert has sung with the New York Virtuoso Singers, Pro Arte Singers, Bard Festival Chorale, and MasterVoices. Robert is passionate about teaching, maintaining a studio of beginning to professional singers. Robert is active in the music program at his church under the leadership of his wife, Martha, leading the congregation in song as well as arranging hymns. As a composer, Robert orchestrated music for a student-run production of Büchner’s play Wozzeck at Juilliard in 2015, and his barbershop quartet arrangement of “The Lusitania Went Down” was performed in the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission Ceremony at the National WWI Museum and Memorial in Kansas City in April of 2017.