Actor and self-described “bari-tenor” from Middleburg, Pennsylvania, who attended Westminster Choir College and studied voice with Dr. Christopher Arneson, Claudia Catania, and Guy Rothfuss.
He went on to join The Philadelphia Singers, the chorus-in-residence of The Philadelphia Orchestra. This has allowed him to flex his golden pipes in venues such as Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, and The Kimmel Center.
In the world of opera, he has been a member of the chorus in productions of Don Giovanni, La Bella Dormente Nel Bosco, and Madama Butterfly. He also appeared with Kristin Chenoweth, Patti LuPone, and The New York Philharmonic in a production of Leonard Bernstein’s Candide.
His theatrical roles include Albert Peterson in Bye, Bye Birdie, Bob Crachit in A Christmas Carol, Frankie Epps in Parade, Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Judas in Godspell, The Lion in The Wiz, and Sparky in Forever Plaid.
On 22nd July 2006, he appeared in a performance of Benj Pasek’s and Justin Paul’s Edges, a cabaret-style song-cycle at The Duplex, in which he portrayed a slacker from the Upper West Side. It was hardly typecasting. In addition to his theatrical endeavours, Adam is also a soloist and section leader at the Central Presbyterian Church, which is located in Summit, New Jersey.
In 2016 he performed as a tenor soloist with the Susquehanna Valley Chorale.