The Calvert Hall Arts program, which includes instrumental music, theater, visual arts, and vocal music, instills in our students a lifelong commitment to the creative arts and the world of imagination. For a boy’s education to be complete, it must include more than just the basic academic subjects; time spent in the arts is essential for developing well-rounded learners. In addition to our Fine Arts program, we offer a variety of enriching performing arts opportunities that challenge our students cognitively and creatively. Please direct any questions about our Arts program to our fine arts chairperson, Mr. Brian Ecton at 410-825-4266 ext 153.
Mr. Brian Ecton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education from West Chester University and a Master of Science degree in Music Education from Towson University. Mr. Ecton has been at Calvert Hall since 2001 and currently holds the position as the Chair of the Fine Arts Department and Director of Instrumental Music. Mr. Ecton teaches Fundamentals of Instrumental Music, Music Theory II, Jazz Theory & Improvisation, Advanced Placement Music Theory, and Music Composition & Arranging. Along with his teaching responsibilities, Mr. Ecton is also the Director of the Jazz Orchestra, Jazz Combo, Wind Ensemble and award winning Marching Band.
Sarah Fabian is a graduate of Towson University where she studied Music Education with a concentration in Percussion. Here at Calvert Hall, she teaches the Concert Band, Jazz Lab, Fundamentals of Music, Fundamentals of Percussion, Percussion Ensemble, Field Marching Band, Competitive Marching Band, History of Jazz and multiple concert band sectionals. She enjoys teaching music of all kinds but one that stands out is the competitive marching band. Together, they travel to locations all over the East Coast to compete against rival marching bands. As for the school as a whole, she believes that Calvert Hall is a great place to be. The student body upholds the mission statement of Calvert Hall and not only treat each other with respect, but learn the fundamentals of brotherhood, leadership and achievement over the course of their high school education.
Mr. King comes to Calvert Hall with 35 years of expertise in the choral classroom. He directs the Hallmen, Corridors, Madrigals, and Chamber Choir ensembles. His teaching assignment includes: Guitar, Music History, the History of Rock, Solo Voice, and Theatre. He also is an adviser for the Liturgy Band and will assist with the musical in the spring. Mr. King's longtime love for church music and his affiliation with the Barbershop Harmony Society makes Calvert Hall an ideal place for him to share his talents with our students.
Mrs Bauersfeld is the Director of Theatre and an Advancement Associate at the Hall. Mrs. Bauersfeld is a 2006 graduate of the University of Mary Washington with a degree in Theatre Arts. She joined the CHC community in 2007 and has produced over 16 productions on the McManus Stage. Mrs Bauersfeld also directs, choreographs and performs in professional community and local theaters. Each day Mrs. Bauersfeld gets the opportunity to create awesome works of theatre and grow and learn from the talented students who are proud enough to dive into life with both feet.
Towson University - B.A. Maryland Institute of Art - B.F.A.
Mr. Doyle teaches studio art at Calvert Hall including drawing, painting, ceramics, woodworking, printmaking etc. He also moderates the Graphic Design Club. Mr. Doyle also currently continues working in the graphic design field as a freelance graphic designer. He really enjoys teaching at Calvert Hall because of the professional atmosphere by all faculty and administration, and most importantly the high quality of the students that attend.
Calvert Hall College High School is a private Catholic college preparatory high school for boys, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Our mission is to foster Men of intellect, Men of faith, and Men of integrity in the Lasallian tradition.