He is a bass-baritone singer who has been a member of
several ensembles during the course of his career. These ensembles include the Atlanta
Singers, the Robert Shaw Chamber Singers, who he performed and recorded with
during the mid-1990s and during the 2000s he has made appearances with the
Berkshire Bach Society.
In 1998 he took part in The Inferno of Dante: A
Study by Patrick Soluri and in 1999 he sang with the choir of St.
Bartholomew’s Church in New York City. In 2005 he appeared in the
production An Evening of Gilbert & Sullivan with the Hudson
Chamber Opera in Hudson. New York and in 2007 he appeared as a member of
the St. Thomas Choir in a performance with the Sinfonia, New York’s
debut concert and in a performance of Handel’s Israel in Egypt
with the Berkshire Bach Society.
Appearing on several recordings, he can be heard on Jester
Hairston: Spirituals with the Belmont Chorale, Magnifical and Mighty
by The Britten Choir, The Fountain by Clive Mansell, The
Frogs/Evening Primrose by Stephen Sondheim, A Robert Shaw Christmas:
Angels on High and Songs of Angels: Christmas Hymns & Carols
by the Robert Shaw Chamber Singers and Wondrous Story by the Choir
of St. Ignatius, Loyola.
Chamber Singers recordings
Adeste Fidelis (John Francis Wade)
Telarc 80461 (CD: A Rober Shaw
Christmas: Angels On High)
We Have Heard on High (Traditional
Shippen Barnes )
Telarc 80377 (CD: Songs of Angels: Christmas Hymns
Conductor - Robert Shaw