Teresa Tam
Cambridge Concentus

Patrick T Waters

Connecticut native Patrick T. Waters (B.M. Manhattan School of Music; M.S.M. Boston University), tenor, has enjoyed the benefits of a diverse musical background, holding degrees in composition, conducting, and sacred music, along with studies in piano and vocal performance. Mr. Waters has studied conducting with Dr. Ann Howard Jones, Bruce Hangen, Robert Isaacs, and Paul Brantley, and has worked in master classes with John Alexander, Jane Glover, Frank Nemhauser, and Kathy Saltzman Romey. He is currently pursuing a Performance Diploma in voice at Boston University, studying with James Demler. He served as a conducting apprentice and staff conductor at the Berkshire Choral Festival since 2006; in 2009, he was a featured soloist in the Festival’s performance of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil. Mr. Waters performs regularly with Cambridge Concentus, earning acclamation with the group in their landmark performance of Haydn’s Mariazellermesse at Boston University’s Haydn & Landon Musicology Conference in 2009, and in his critically-praised performance of Bach’s cantata Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben in 2011. He has recently performed with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project and the Boston Youth Symphony, and he has collaborated extensively with Music at Boston University Marsh Chapel since Fall 2009.

The Ensemble

David Kjar, Artistic Director

Marika Holmqvist, Artistic Director

Andrew Arceci

Michael Barrett

Jacob Cooper

Emily Dahl

Sarah Darling

Tatiana Daubek

Graham Dixon

Joy Grimes

Teddie Hwang

Jeanine Krause

Andrea LeBlanc

Jane Leggiero

Peter Lekx

Thea Lobo

Sarah Paysnick

Ulrike Präger

Emily Rideout

Dylan Sauerwald

Leon Schelhase

Luke Short

Ulysses Thomas

Patrick T Waters

Zoe Weiss