Featured Artist

Adam Ewing

Lyric baritone Adam Ewing is an Affiliate Professor of Voice at Regis University. He made his operatic debut as Major General Stanley in The Pirates of Penzance with Loveland Opera, and his orchestral debut as the lead of the barbershop quartet in The Music Man with the Colorado Symphony.  Ewing has appeared as Bernardo and Officer Krupke (West Side Story), the Kaiser (Der Kaiser von Atlantis), Schaunard (La Boheme), the Celebrant (Bernstein’s Mass), John Brooke (Little Women), Gianni Schicchi, Man 2 (Songs for a New World), Miles Gloriosus (A Funny Thing…Forum), and Schroeder (You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown), among others.  He was the chorus master for several Boulder Bach Festival productions, including the B minor Mass, and regularly performs with Central City Opera’s Touring Artists, as well as teaching, coaching, and accompanying singers.

Ewing has performed the baritone solos in Fauré’s Requiem across the country. He has also sung the solos in The Messiah, both the Brahms and Duruflé Requiems, and Vaughan Williams’ 5 Mystical Songs and Dona nobis pacem, which he performed at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon.

In addition to dramatic works, Ewing is an avid performer of art song.  He was a national finalist and Berton Coffin Award winner of the NATS Artist Awards in 2018.  In summer 2013, he was one of six singers chosen for the Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar where he studied with Stephanie Blythe and Alan Smith.  Ewing enjoys singing contemporary American art song, working with both student composers and celebrated masters.  He has sung in masterclasses and recitals for Roger Vignoles, William Bolcom, Lori Laitman, Jake Heggie, Bob Spillman, and Libby Larsen.

Ewing’s upcoming engagements include a staged reading of the new opera Lottie Silks in Gunnison, and conducting the CU Theatre and Dance department’s production of A Broadway Christmas Carol.

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