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Mike Maino


Mike Maino started singing at the age of 10, and by the time he was a senior in high school, he had started a quartet that performed around the country and competed at an International level. As an MC, his experiences include hundreds of live stage shows that have taken him from California to London, Seattle to Bermuda, and just about every major performance venue in between, including five appearances at Carnegie Hall. He has been honored to MC many international contests for the Barbershop Harmony Society, Harmony Incorporated, and Sweet Adelines International. He has produced and MC'd the Block Island Barbershop Festival for over 30 years, and hosted the BHS webcast for seven years. As a bass singer, he has won more Quartet Championships than anyone else in New England history. His stage credits include musicals, Camelot, Carnival, The Fantasticks, Paint Your Wagon, How to Succeed in Business, (at Theatre By The Sea), seven regional productions and a national tour of The Music Man.

Over the years, he has appeared with The Smothers Brothers, Dick Van Dyke, Rock-a-pella, Cady Huffman, The Oak Ridge Boys, Bill Gaither, The Kingston Trio, Aiofe Clancy, The Real Group, Maureen McGovern, The King Singers, Conan O'Brien, The Osmonds, Victor Borge, The Four Freshmen, Pete Fountain, The Hi-Lo's, Arthur Fiedler, Keith Lockhart, and many more! His voice is heard around the world on air, and the web, as an announcer for WCRI, 95.9, The Classical Station, where he is also the host of the long running Conducting Conversations, Company Break, and American A Cappella shows.

Mike brings his vast knowledge of show production and stage presence to the Coastline Show Chorus. Thanks to Mike's skills as a producer we have had many successful shows and recorded three CDs. He is a regular coach, both visually and musically, for the chorus and in his free time helps keep wife Gail Jencik, Coastline's director, on track. We would not be where we are today without the many contributions of Mike Maino.