Tyler Duncan, baritone
Baritone Tyler Duncan is the winner of the 2008 New York Oratorio Society Competition, the Bernard Diamant Prize from the Canada Council for the Arts and the 2007 Prix International Pro Musicis Award which included debut recitals at Carnegie’s Weill Hall, Salle Cortot in Paris and at Pickman Hall in Boston. British Columbia-born, his recent engagements include Die Schöpfung for Orchestre symphonique de Québec, a tour of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with Berlin’s Philharmonie der Nationen (Justus Frantz), Blow’s Venus and Adonis for Boston Early Music, and Matthäus Passion for the Dresdner Kreuzchor and Dresdner Philharmonie. Further credits include Handel’s Resurrezion for Halle’s Handel Festival, Demetrius in A Mid Summer Night's Dream for the Princeton Opera Festival, and Hidraot in Armide for Mercury Baroque of Houston. Mendelssohn’s Elijah in Munich, Winterreise for the Montreal Chamber Music Festival, Dream of Gerontius for the Elora Festival, Messiah with the Calgary Philharmonic and Weihnachtsoratorium with Tafelmusik as well as performances with the Singapore Symphony, Berkshire Choral Festival, Vancouver Early Music a, Coast Recital Society, Festival Vancouver and the André Turp Recital Series in Montreal are among his credits. Highlights of next season include Haydn’s Die Schöpfung with the Winnipeg Symphony, Messiah with the Toronto Symphony, Bach Cantatas with Tafelmusik and Haydn’s Die Jahreszeiten for the Calgary Philharmonic plus tours in Holland and Germany.
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