Voice

Teresa Lin

Mezzo Soprano Teresa Lin is a Kirkland-based singer and voice teacher. She enjoys bringing classical music to non-traditional performance spaces; most recently staging a Shakespeare song recital in a botanical conservatory set as Shakespeare’s garden, and an opera aria concert at the Tacoma Maritime Museum. One of her favorite gigs is singing the National Anthem and she is a nine-season regular for the Seattle Mariners.

Scott Kovacs

Scott Kovacs is a choral musician living and working in Seattle, WA.  He is currently the Assistant Director and Business Manager for the Seattle Choral Company, and has in the past served as Associate Conductor of Illumni Men’s Chorale and as the General Manager of The Esoterics.  He helped found the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium in 2010 and serves as its President, as well as one of the co-chairs of the Seattle Sings Choral Festival.  One of his great joys is singing with the Compline Choir at Saint Mark’s Cathedral, as well as singing in the Cathedral Choir there and supporting the S

Rebekah Gilmore

Rebekah Gilmore is a freelance soprano and choral conductor in the Pacific Northwest. She performs regularly with the Tudor Choir (US), and has performed with members of the Tallis Scholars (UK) under the direction of Peter Phillips. She has performed as a soloist with the Seattle Academy of Baroque Opera (US) under the direction of Steven Stubbs, and Allegro Baroque in Spokane, WA. Rebekah can also be heard on numerous movie, TV, and video game soundtracks. She currently serves St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, Seattle, WA as the director of the Boys and Girls Choir and St.

Jason Anderson

Jason Allen Anderson, baritone, is equally at home on the stage and in the church as a performer, singer, conductor, organist, liturgist and composer. He hails from Franklin, Indiana and is a graduate of Butler University (B.M. in Music Education), Portland State University (M.M. in Conducting), and the University of Washington (D.M.A. in Choral Conducting). He studied conducting with Henry Leck, Bruce Browne, and Geoffrey Boers.

Gabriel Gargari

As a first generation Mexican-American, Gabriel Gargari is making a niche for himself in the classical music world.

Gabriel just made his Carnegie Hall-Weill Recital Hall debut in October with "Elysium — between two continents." He will also perform the tenor solos in Haydn's Heilig-Messe with the Choral Society of the Hamptons in December. 

Adam Burdick

Dr. Burdick is a conductor, teacher, and singer with a reputation for inspiring novices and veterans alike to discover their inner musician. He teaches choir and performance classes at North Seattle College, conducts the 115-voice Skagit Valley Chorale, and teaches voice lessons privately and at the Dusty Strings Music School in Seattle. Adam is Choir Manager for Choral Arts, one of the Northwest's premier choral ensembles, sings with the group, and occasionally substitute-conducts in the absence of Dr. Robert Bode, Choral Arts Artistic Director.

Kathryn Weld

Mezzo-soprano Kathryn Weld comes to the Northwest, having performed extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Japan. Her credits include two solo appearances with the New York Philharmonic, one with Charles Dutoit conducting and the other under the direction of Kurt Masur. She made her Carnegie Hall debut to critical acclaim in a performance of Bach's Mass in B Minor with Musica Sacra. While living in Germany, Ms. Weld was a featured soloist with such prominent ensembles as the Bavarian Radio Choir, the Consortium Musicum of Munich, and the Prague Philharmonic.

Lisa Cardwell Pontén

Lisa Cardwell Pontén is an experienced soloist in the Northwest, performing with professional and community ensembles in Seattle, Tacoma, Portland and Vancouver, British Columbia. Lisa has appeared as soloist with Ensemble Alcatraz of San Francisco as well as many Seattle-based groups such as The Versailles Ensemble, Circa 1600, Seattle Choral Company, St. Mark's Compline Choir and City Cantabile Choir.

She has recorded on the Musical Heritage and Focus labels and also for radio and film; and has recently completed a CD with Opus 7.

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