Tenor Timothy Stoddard

Original airdate 
Jul 20, 2021

Tenor Timothy Stoddard has recently joined pianist Ellen Fast to record the world premiere of Michael Markowsky's "Mortaly Wounded" with poetry from Federico Garcia Lorca. Timothy has made Pittsburgh his home after living in New York. He sang as soloist with Pittsburgh Camerata and the Shadyside Presbyterian Choir. He worked with Sir Simon Rattle at the Lucerne Festival in Switzerland, premiered the tenor role in Karson Kievman's opera "Tesla" about inventor Nikola Tesla, performed in Trondheim, Norway. In this conversation with Jim Cunningham, he talks about his career and the wold premiere. He has sung as a young artist at the Utah Festival of Opera and Musical Theater. He has performed outreach for the Metropolitan Opera, the Metropolitan Opera Guild, and Opera Idaho. He has served as resident tenor for the American Opera Project’s Composers and the Voice Fellowship. Timothy has received artist awards from the NATS competitions of Chicago and Spokane, Arleen Auger Foundation, the American Scandinavian Society, and the Anna Sosenko Assist Trust. He holds degrees from the University of Idaho and the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University.

More like this

Series: Voice of the Arts