Doug Peck is a Los Angeles-based musician and educator. He has appeared in concert with artists like Renée Fleming, Patti LuPone, J’Nai Bridges, Heather Headley, Michelle Williams, Sutton Foster, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Norm Lewis, Sierra Boggess, Skylar Astin, Lupe Fiasco, Jessie Mueller, Shemekia Copeland, John Prine, Matthew Polenzani, Kristin Chenoweth, André DeShields, Tovah Feldshuh, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Ernestine Jackson, among many others. Peck‘s private voice clients include Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony winners, and he served as Vocal Coach for the final season of Dear White People, as well as providing singing support for artists involved with projects like Up Here, Mufasa: The Lion King, We Were The Lucky Ones, Mr. Corman, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and the upcoming Agatha: Coven of Chaos. They conducted the original full orchestration of Carousel at the Glimmerglass Festival and created new Indian/jazz fusion arrangements and orchestrations for the stage version of Disney’s The Jungle Book seen in Chicago and Boston.
Peck served as musical supervisor for the hit off-Broadway musical Ride The Cyclone and is co-creator of the Goodman Theatre’s unique free musical theatre program for talented high school students who would not otherwise have access to conservatory training. He has presented Assassins and Follies in concert, as well as A Night At The Oscars (a marathon concert of every Academy Award-winning song) and A Night At The Tonys (one song from every Tony Award-winning musical), plus concert tributes to Prince, David Bowie, Josephine Baker, Eartha Kitt, Nina Simone and Tina Turner, and multi-genre musical evenings exploring themes of winter, the zodiac, and the life of Mary, mother of Jesus.
Peck is a graduate of Northwestern University, completed Blocks I and II of the National Center for Voice and Speech Vocology curriculum and is certified in levels I-III of Somatic Voicework™️ as taught by its founder and master teacher Jeannette LoVetri. They have served on faculty of the Interlochen Arts Academy and are currently teaching voice and movie musical development at USC.