Company owner and orchestra leader Tom LaMark has made music his career from the age of 13. He holds a degree from the world renowned Berklee College of Music. He has a remarkably varied base of experience to draw upon. Well-versed in many different styles of music, he has played with jazz stars: Dizzy Gillespie, Phil Woods, Johnny Hartman and Buddy Rich. He has accompanied some of the greats of show business including: Aretha Franklin, Myanna, Donna Summer, The Smothers Brothers, Robert Merrill and many more. In October of 2007, Tom had the privilege and honor of playing at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Tom served as music director on 7 consecutive world cruises on both the Holland America and Royal Viking cruise lines and has entertained thousands of delighted clients at their weddings, parties and corporate events.
The Tom LaMark Orchestra is an experienced ensemble of very talented professional musicians and vocalists. An incredibly versatile group dedicated to the success of your party. We tailor our music to fit every special occasion.
We also represent a wide range of musical groups including: string orchestras, Broadway vocal ensembles, dixieland bands, ethnic and other specialty groups.
Our client list includes: The Museum of Fine Arts, The Boston Ballet, The Boston Symphony, Harvard Business School, Boston College, Northeastern University, The American Ireland Fund, The Children's Trust Fund, Combined Jewish Philanthropies and thousands of individuals who have hired us for their special occasions.
The Tom LaMark Orchestra has been chosen by the Taj Boston (formerly the Ritz-Carlton) to carry on the long- standing tradition of rooftop dancing begun in the 30's. We are frequent performers at The Ritz Boston Common, The Four Seasons Hotel, The Seaport Hotel, The Boston Harbor Hotel, The Copley Plaza, The Langham Hotel and many of the finest private homes and clubs from Bar Harbor to Newport. We have provided corporate entertainment at: The Lodge at Pebble Beach (California), The Broadmoor (Colorado Springs) The Greenbrier (West Virginia) Kiawah Island(South Carolina) and on and on!