Tim Borham is originally from Orrville, Ohio. A longtime lover of choral music, Tim received his undergraduate degree in Music Education from Heidelberg University, and his Master’s degree in Choral Conducting from The University of Akron under the instruction of Dr. Marie Bucoy-Calavan.
Tim began teaching vocal music to students in grades 3-12 during his time at Campbell City Schools. Recently he has served as the Western Reserve Choral Conducting Fellow for Summit Choral Society, and as the Assistant Conductor for the Akron Symphony Orchestra Chorus.
Tim has taken lessons from various choral mentors, including Robert Porco and Jerry Blackstone, and made his international conducting debut in Munich, Germany in 2018.