Douglas Williams

Douglas Williams Douglas Williams, bass baritone, was born in Farmington, Connecticut. He trained in voice at the New England Conservatory, Yale School of Music, and Tanglewood Music Center. His repertoire spans many centuries: This season he has premiered a new work by Matthew Barnson with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and will appear in […]

Reginald Mobley

Reginald Mobley

Particularly noted for his “crystalline diction and pure, evenly produced tone” (Miami Herald), countertenor Reginald Mobley is highly sought after for baroque, classical and modern repertoire.  Recent highlights include an extensive tour of sixteen concerts around Europe singing Bach’s Matthäus- Passion with the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists led by Sir John Eliot Gardiner; […]

Danielle Reutter-Harrah

Danielle Sampson

Danielle Reutter-Harrah performs baroque music from coast to coast. She recently performed the role of Vespetta in Telemann’s comic chamber opera Pimpinone with the Boston Early Music Festival, which the Boston Globe called “terrific.” Her favorite past performances include Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ullise in patria (Melanto) and Orfeo (La Musica/Messagiera), Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (Dido/Belinda), […]

Stephen Stubbs

Stephen Stubbs, Founding Artistic Director

Stephen Stubbs, who won the GRAMMY Award as conductor for Best Opera Recording 2015, spent a 30-year career in Europe. He returned to his native Seattle in 2006 as one of the world’s most respected lutenists, conductors, and baroque opera specialists and in 2014 was awarded the Mayor’s Arts Award for ‘Raising the Bar’ in Seattle. Before his return, […]

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