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Bach & Handel: Cantatas (Tenor Soloist: New Year’s Eve Gala) Ars Lyrica Houston

Matthew Dirst, conductor, Houston, TX                 


Monteverdi: Orfeo (Role: Apollo) Wintergreen Music Festival, Wintergreen, VA


Francoeur: Zélindor, Roi des Sylphes (Role: Zulim) Opera Lafayette @ Hillwood Estate, Washington, DC Ryan Brown, conductor


Haydn: Die Schöpfung (Tenor Soloist) Handel Choir of Baltimore: Melinda O’Neal, conductor Baltimore, MD


Britten: Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings (Tenor Soloist) Maryland Sinfonietta,

Maurice Boyer, conductor, College Park, MD          


Handel: Acis + Galatea (Role: Damon) National Tour with American Opera Theater,

Timothy Nelson, director                                     


Lully: Armide (Role: Le Chevaier danois) Lincoln Center (New York, NY) and Kennedy Center (Washington, DC) Opera Lafayette: Ryan Brown, conductor




Handel: Messiah (Carnegie Hall Debut) with Masterwork Chorale: Andrew Megill, conductor


Carbon Copy Building (Bang On a Can) Role: Philip Emetine at Royal Court Hall, Liverpool, UK


In Recital at National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC         


Idomeneo by W.A. Mozart (Role: Arbace) Opera Lafayette: Ryan Brown, conductor,

Washington, DC


Handel: Acis and Galatea (Role: Acis with Elizabeth Futral as Galatea) Music Angelica Baroque: Martin Haselboeck, conductor, Los Angeles, CA    




St. Matthew Passion by J.S. Bach: Tenor soloist with Andrew Parrott and New York Collegium in a historic one-voice-per part performance of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion


Saint John Passion by J.S. Bach (tenor soloist) Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC


B-minor Mass by J.S. Bach (tenor soloist) Masterwork Chorus, Madison, NJ


Easter & Ascension Oratorios by J.S. Bach (tenor soloist) Les Violons du Roy, Montreal, Quebec, Bernard Labadie, conductor


Acis and Galatea by G.F. Handel (Role: Acis) NYSEMA, Ithaca, NY


Oedipe à Colone by Antonio Sacchini (Role: Thésee) Violins of Lafayette, Washington, DC


Acis et Galatée by Jean-Baptiste Lully (Roles: Apollon & Téleme) Opera Lafayette, Washington, DC




The Art of the Haute-Contre, (Lecture recital) Gildenhorn Recital Hall, College Park, MD


Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini (Role: Almaviva) Maryland Opera Studio, College Park, MD




Messiah (tenor soloist) with Desert Chorale, Tom Hall, conductor


Arjuna’s Dilemma (Role: Arjuna) by Douglas J. Cuomo: (workshop)




Satyagraha by Philip Glass: Chosen by Philip Glass to perform the role of Gandhi in a new production of his opera Satyagraha at Festspielhaus St. Pölten, Austria (2001)


In the Penal Colony by Philip Glass (Role: The Visitor) Classic Stage Company, NYC, Joanne Akalaitis (director) Alan Johnson (conductor)


Te deum by Campra (tenor soloist) Lameque International Baroque Festival, Hervé Niquet, conductor


San Francisco Songs  (1998-2000) Gordon Beeferman (words by Jane Barnes ) 

Premiered by Tony Boutté, tenor, and Gordon Beeferman, piano, at Greenwich House Music School, March 10, 2001




Motets of Danielis with Les Talens Lyriques at Versailles (France), Christophe Rousset, conductor


Acis and Galatea by Handel (Role: Corydon) with Les Arts Florissant, William Christie, conductor, Salzburg (Austria)


Pygmalion by Rameau (Role: Pygmalion) Concert Royal in Mexico City, Mexico, James Richman, conductor




Motet III: Hunc igitur terrorem by Betsy Jolas (world premier) with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants at Cité de la Musique in Paris


Lionheart: Two major tours with Lionheart, including music of Ockeghem with Anonymous4


World Premier Carbon Copy Building (Bang on a Can) (Role: Philip Emetine) Settembre Festival, Turino, Italy


Find my way home (with John Kelly & Co.), Seattle, Miami, New York.


Walzer aus Wien Johann Strauss (arranged Erich Korngold) Bard Music Festival Leon Botstein




World Premier Chaos by Michael Gordon (Role: Dr. Aguabone) The Kitchen, New York City


L’Infedeltà delusa by Haydn (Role: Nencio) Bard Festival, Leon Botstein, conductor


Naked Revolution by David Soldier at The Kitchen


L'Infedelta Delusa by Haydn with Leon Botstein and Bard Music Festival 




Bach: Magnificat (Tenor Soloist) Vespers at Holy Trinity, New York, NY, Richard Erickson, conductor




Eloquent Gestures: a chamber opera (co-written with Dina Emerson) exploring the relationship between D.W. Griffith & Lillian Gish HERE Center for the Arts, New York, NY




Les arts florissants (Charpentier) Concert Royal, Florence Gould Hall, New York, NY




Beautiful People: A musical search for truth, employing songs of Kurt Weill, Jacques Brel, and Melanie. HERE Center for the Arts, New York City, Mark Owen, director




Santa Fe Apprentice Artist


Handel's Messiah Portland Baroque Orchestra


Saint John Passion by J.S. Bach (tenor soloist) w/ Concert Royal, St. Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, NYC




Tenor Soloist with Ensemble for Early Music: Alice Tully Hall


Vespers of 1610 by Monteverdi (tenor soloist) Portland Baroque Orchestra, Ton Koopman, conductor


Mario and the Magician by Stephen Oliver (North American premier) at Skylight Opera Theater in Milwaukee, Francesca Zemballo, director


Henry Purcell's "King Arthur," Concert Royal, Williamsburg, VA, James Richman, conductor


Don Giovanni by Mozart (Role: Don Ottavio) Aldeburgh Festival, UK, Stuart Bedford, conductor


Messiah by G.F. Handel (tenor soloist) Concert Royal and the Men & Boys of St. Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, NYC, Gerre Hancock, conductor




Monteverdi Cycle: Performed the roles of Orfeo (Orfeo) and Telemaco (Il Ritorno D’Ulisse) in the internationally acclaimed Monteverdi Cycle at Skylight Opera Theater in Milwaukee


Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten (Role: Albert) Skylight Opera Theater, Milwaukee, Stephen Wadsworth, director


Tenor soloist in “Mobile Opera presents BATACLAN” by Gilbert & Sullivan


L’Enfance du Christ by Berlioz (Tenor Soloist) performed at the Aldeburgh Festival, UK with Stuart Bedford, conductor




Lake George Apprentice Artist




Santa Fe Opera Die Zauberflöte by Mozart (1st armed man)


Santa Fe Opera L'incoronazione di Poppea by G.F. Handel (Lucano cover) 




Pops Concert with Renee Fleming (tenor soloist) New Haven Symphony, Murray Sidlin, conductor


Semele by G.F. Handel (Role: Apollo) Aspen Music Festival, John Nelson, conductor


Messiah by G.F. Handel (tenor soloist) New Haven Symphony, Murray Sidlin, conductor


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