About Luke

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Luke Molloy is a music director, pianist, and accompanist from Quincy, MA who has been performing in Massachusetts for over five years. He has worked on dozens of musical theatre productions as a music director, assistant music director, keyboardist, and keyboard programmer. He is also a solo pianist whose repertoire includes classic rock, pop, musical theatre, jazz standards, and everything in between.

Luke is active in the Greater Boston theatre community, serving as Music Director for productions of Godspell, West Side Story, Footloose, All Shook Up and Alice! (Riverside Theatre Works), Fun Home (Emerson College), Mother Courage and Her Children (Eastern Nazarene College), and Mamma Mia!, Kiss Me, Kate, Godspell, and The Sound of Music (North Quincy High School). He has also served as the music director for concerts and cabarets with JM Productions at The Common Market Restaurant and United First Parish Church, and as an accompanist for the popular cabaret series "Sing Out!" at Club Café in Boston. 


In May 2020, Luke will make his Boston professional theatre debut as Assistant Music Director for Passing Strange with Moonbox Productions, and will conduct several performances of the show.


He has worked as an accompanist with The Company Theatre, Emerson College, Northeastern University, Berklee College of Music, Greater Boston Stage Company, The Footlight Club, and Cohasset Dramatic Club, among others. He has played keyboards for theatre productions in cities across Eastern Massachusetts, including the East Coast Premiere of School of Rock with the Un-Common Theatre Company in Foxboro. He was the Asst. Music Director of the Boston Children's Theatre Show Choirs from 2016 to 2018, which included performances at the Calderwood Pavilion, the Cabot Theatre in Beverly, and Walt Disney World, and was the primary accompanist in Eastern Nazarene College's Department of Music from 2014 to 2018, accompanying voice lessons and recitals for college students.

Luke was also an organist with Holy Trinity Parish in Quincy from 2013-2017, and has played for a number of weddings, funerals, and other special services.


Luke is currently an undergraduate student at Berklee College of Music. He has studied piano with Steve Heck and Zahili González Zamora.

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Reviews

"[Luke] played the score so perfectly it is as though he was able to reach into my brain to know exactly how to play every little nuance that wasn't even written on paper... A marvel."


- Lesley Anderson, Composer, Alice: A New Musical


"Luke Molloy's musical direction uses intricate harmonies and carefully chosen solo pieces that bring the audience along an entertaining musical journey from childhood through adulthood."


- The Quincy Sun, "What Christmas Means to Me"