Boston Baroque Opera Guild
Give voice to baroque opera and song
A dynamic group of volunteers who give voice to Baroque & Classical opera and vocal performers by assisting and supporting Boston Baroque’s yearly productions of important and sometimes rarely performed works. Through its many programs and initiatives, the Opera Guild inspires conversations about opera within its membership, and works to encourage an appreciation of the art form within the community.
Established in 2013, the Boston Baroque Opera Guild looks to support and promote our vocal performances through outreach, education, and development, to sustain the growth of America’s premier period-instrument orchestra and chorus.
Propelled by acclaim for our recent opera productions, the 2016-2017 season will further push the boundaries of how we present our opera productions, and will feature local, national and international vocal artists from some of the world’s most prestigious operatic stages.
JOIN THE OPERA GUILD FOR AS LITTLE AS $250!
Opera Guild Producing Circle membership ($1,500+) offers the opportunity to sponsor a guest artist and attend our series of popular Vocal Showcases and special events. Held in the ‘salon style’, each Vocal Showcase offers the occasion to meet and listen to some of our guest artists in a private and more intimate social setting.
Boston Baroque 2018-2019 Vocal Guest Artists:
Amanda Forsythe, soprano
Ann McMahon Quintero, mezzo-soprano
Thomas Cooley, tenor
Kevin Deas, baritone
*Layla Claire, soprano
*Eric Jurenas, countertenor
Norman Shankle, tenor
Nathan Stark, baritone
Nicholas Phan, tenor as Jephtha
Ava Pines, soprano as Iphis
David Daniels, countertenor as Hamor
Dashon Burton,bass-baritone as Zebul
Ann McMahon Quintero, mezzo-soprano as Angel
Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea
Amanda Forsythe, soprano as Poppea
*Anthony Roth Costanzo, countertenor as Nerone
*Ryan Belongie, countertenor as Ottone
**Alessandra Visentin, contralto as Ottavia
Kevin Langan, bass as Seneca
Margaret Lias, mezzo-soprano as Virtu and Nutrice
Carrie Cheron, mezzo-soprano as Amore and Valetto
Sonja Tengblad, soprano as Fortuna and Drusilla
*Maggie Finnegan, soprano as Damigella
Patrick T. Waters, tenor as First Soldier
Jason Wang, tenor as Liberto and Second Soldier
Jonas Budris, tenor as Lucano
David Tinervia, baritone as Littore
*Tara Faircloth, stage director
*Denotes Boston Baroque Debut
**Denotes American Debut