Bariton Jonathon Adams
Jonathon Adams, solo baritone in our Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangenconcerts next week, originally comes from Edmonton, Canada. As a soloist, Jonathon has sung under Sigiswald Kuijken, Alfredo Bernardini, Teunis van der Zwaart, Johannes Leertouwer, and appeared as Aeneas in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas under Richard Egarr. He has also sung in lute song concerts with Fred Jacobs and Claron McFadden. He regularly sings the bass solos with the newly founded Stichting Dutch Baroque under Gerard de Wit, also in the Kloosterkerk cantata series with the Residentie Bach Ensemble under Jos Vermunt. Jonathon works as a choral singer in the Amsterdam Baroque Choir, under Ton Koopman, he has been a member of The Theatre of Early Music, led by Daniel Taylor, and held positions at St. James Cathedral, Toronto, Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria, and the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul, Montréal. He has received instruction at the American Bach Soloists Academy in San Francisco and sung various cantatas of Bach and the Hohe Messe under Jeffrey Thomas. At the Victoria Conservatory of Music (Canada) he has sung the bass roles in Handel’s Athalia, Jephtha, Judas Maccabaeus, and Solomon, under Laurence Cummings and Steven Devine. Jonathon will continue his training in 2017 during a residency with the Fondation Royaumont, working with Raphael Pichon and Christian Immler. Jonathon studies with Rosemary Joshua and Olivier Lallouette and is pursuing a masters degree in early music singing at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. He previously studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Sarah Walker, and privately with Nancy Argenta, Emma Kirkby, and Edith Wiens
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