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By Brett Landry, Craig Butterfield, Daniel Cole, Jacob Will, Jeff Vaughn, Lynn Kompass, Scott Herring, and Ulalume Chamber Choir. By Judith Cloud, N. Lincoln Hanks, Tayloe Harding, and John Valerio. Classical. CD. Centaur #CRC3536. Published by Centaur (NX.CRC3536).
Item Number: NX.CRC3536
Bass-baritone Jacob Will made his New York Philharmonic debut as a soloist in the American premiere of the "Messa per Rossini," a performance televised live nationwide. An experienced concert artist, Mr. Will has appeared with the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Vladamir Ashkenazy and with the Cabrillo Festival under the baton of Dennis Russell Davies. He has sung with the San Francisco Symphony in the "St. Matthew Passion," with the international Bach Festival of Schaffhausen, Switzerland, in the "St. John Passion," and with the Vienna Symphonic Orchestra in Frank Martin's "Le mystere de la Nativite." A native of Harstville, South Carolina, Mr. Will attended Furman University and graduated from the University of South Carolina and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. He participated in the Merola and Adler Fellowship Programs of the San Francisco Opera and has been a prizewinner in various international singing competitions including the Munich Competition and the Queen Elizabeth Competition of Brussels. On this release, Mr. Will sings the poems of Edgar Allan Poe, as set to music by composers Judith Cloud, N. Lincoln Hanks, John Valerio, and Tayloe Harding.