Cantata Choir

Charles Wesley Evans

“An elegant, mellifluous and expressive baritone” (New York Times),…

Edmund Milly

Edmund Milly brings “perfect diction” (Los Angeles Times) and…

MaryRuth Lown

MaryRuth Lown, soprano, holds degrees from Winthrop University…

Laura Williams

Mezzo-soprano/alto Laura Williams is passionate about performing and…

Steven Soph

A “superb vocal soloist” (The Washington Post), tenor Steven Soph…

Christopher Gilliam

Christopher Gilliam is director of choral activities at Davidson…

Kim Leeds

With her “vivid, deeply satisfying sound” and “rich, smooth mezzo…

Bryon Grohman

Tenor Bryon Grohman has received international recognition for his…

Robert Jones

Originally from the Charlotte area, tenor Robert Jones has a varied…

Laura Atkinson

American mezzo-soprano Laura C. Atkinson is an active performer in…

Michael H. Trammell

A Charlotte native, Michael H. Trammell is a highly sought after tenor…

David Kurtenbach

David Kurtenbach, tenor, described as having a voice “lined with…

Sarah Yanovitch

Recognized by The Boston Globe as “a name to keep an eye on”, soprano…

Jessica Garthe

Jessica Garthe, soprano, currently is a full-time music teacher at…

Jason Steigerwalt

Jason Steigerwalt is an American baritone with an active career in…

Patrick Muehleise

Praised for his “real musicality and finely executed coloratura,”…

Emily Shusdock

A full-time singer and music teacher, Emily Shusdock directs the…

Elizabeth Eschen

Mezzo-soprano and voice pedagogue Elizabeth Eschen recently returned…

Luc Kleiner

Luc Kleiner has shaped a pluralistic musical identity in Los Angeles,…

Margaret Carpenter Haigh

Margaret Carpenter Haigh is a versatile artist, with repertoire…

David Rugger

A versatile performer and scholar, baritone David Rugger specializes…

Jay Carter

Jay Carter has gained recognition as one of the nation’s finest…

Gene Stenger

A specialist in the oratorio repertoire, tenor Gene Stenger’s solo…

Patrick Muehleise

Tenor

Praised for his “real musicality and finely executed coloratura,” Patrick Muehleise is an acclaimed American tenor known for his “beautiful, evenly produced lyric tenor” and “pure tone” specializing in a wide variety of concert soloist repertoire. Recent engagements include Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 with Jane Glover, Mendelssohn’s Elijah with both Elmhurst Symphony and Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Bach’s Magnificat with True Concord, Reich’s The Desert Music with New World Symphony; and continues this season performing Mozart’s Requiem with the
Aspen Music Festival Orchestra with Xian Zhang, the Evangelist role in Pärt’s Passio and Bach’s St Matthew Passion with Seraphic Fire, and Carmina Burana with Long Beach Camerata.

Mr. Muehleise has been named Artist in Residence at UCLA for the next two academic years and will be joining the faculty at the world renowned Aspen Music Festival in partnership with the Grammy-nominated Seraphic Fire Professional Choral Institute.

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