Owen McIntosh | Tenor

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A native of remote Northern California, Owen McIntosh as enjoyed a career of diverse musical endeavors from bluegrass to reggae, heavy metal to art song, and opera to oratorio. Heralded by critics as “stylistically impeccable,” he “sings with vocal energy and rhythmic bite” and his “strong yet sweet tenor voice” produces the “clearest lines and most nuanced performances.” Recent solo engagements include; St. Matthew Passion with Grand Rapids Symphony, il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria with Opera Omnia and Boston Baroque, and Evangelist in Bach's St. John Passion with Tucson Chamber Artists. Mr. McIntosh is also a core member of vocal chamber ensembles; Blue Heron, New Vintage Baroque, Gamut, Tucson Chamber Artists, and TENET, performing repertoire that spans history throughout the United States. Past performances include title role in Helios Early Opera’s production of David et Jonathas, Bach’s B Minor Mass with Tucson Chamber Artists, Evangelist in Telemann’s St. Luke and St. John Passion, Comprimario soloist in Opera Boston’s production of The Nose, and a Jordan Hall performance of Benjamin Britten’s Serenade for Tenor and Horn. Mr. McIntosh holds a masters degree from the New England Conservatory of Music. Arnie Tanimoto is equally at hom

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