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Sullivan Hart, tenor, is an avid singer of choral, oratorio, and art song repertoire. He has performed as a featured soloist with the Furman University Orchestra, the New England Conservatory Chamber Singers, and the Lowell Youth Orchestra. His recent oratorio experience includes Mozart’s Coronation Mass, Handel’s Messiah, and Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb. This season, Sullivan was a soloist in the world premiere of Robert Kyr’s Resurrection Oratorio with the choir of Boston University’s Marsh Chapel. An active ensemble singer, Sullivan is a member of the 2019-20 VOCES8 US Scholars and the professional choir at the Church of the Advent in Boston. He was most recently heard in Handel’s Messiah with the Handel and Haydn Society and New York Philharmonic in Lincoln Center. Sullivan holds music degrees from Furman University and the New England Conservatory of Music. His teachers include Ian Howell, Carole Haber, and William Thomas.
Corey Dalton Hart, tenor, is an active performer of opera, oratorio, and song repertoire as well as an eager chamber musician. With a passion for American song, he is a regular recitalist along the east coast, having premiered new works in both New York City and Boston. Corey’s opera credits include works by Mozart, Bizet, Ravel, and Knussen. On the concert stage, he has been a featured soloist with the American Symphony Orchestra, the Albany Symphony, the Bard Baroque Ensemble, and The Orchestra Now. As a chamber musician, Corey performs with the Boston Baroque Ensemble, Renaissance Men, The Ashmont Bach Project, and the renowned choir at the Church of the Advent. He was also recently named an American Scholar of VOCES8, one of the world’s most versatile vocal ensembles. Corey holds degrees from Furman University and the Bard College Conservatory of Music and is currently working on his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in vocal performance and pedagogy from the New England Conservatory of Music. His teachers include Bradley Williams, Lorraine Nubar, and William Thomas.