Teresa Tam
Cambridge Concentus

Ulysses Thomas

Ulysses Thomas, hailed as "compelling to watch" (Tufts Daily) and praised for his "rich bass-baritone voice and eloquent projection" (Lawrence Budmen), has appeared as a featured artist with a number of ensembles in
and around the Boston area including Boston Baroque, Masterworks Chorale, Blue Heron, Andover Choral Society, Exsultemus, Boston Choral Ensemble, Winsor Music, The Concord Chorus, Marsh Chapel Choir and Collegium,
and Emmanuel Music. In 2008, Mr. Thomas made his professional debut with Opera Boston in Handel's Semele as the High Priest. Mr. Thomas made his company debut with Boston Lyric Opera for their 2008/2009 season as Luther & Crespel in Les contes d'Hoffmann and Il Commendatore in Don Giovanni. Other operatic credits include Il barbiere di Siviglia (Bartolo), The Magic Flute (Sarastro), La bohème (Alcindoro), Massenet's La Navarraise (Bustamente), Lee Hoiby's A Month in the Country (Rakitin), Gianni Schicchi (Simone), and Britten's The Rape of Lucretia (Collatinus). Amongst his honors and awards, Mr. Thomas spent two summers as a vocal fellow at Tanglewood Music Center, where he worked with James Levine, Phyllis Curtin, and John Harbison and was a finalist in the 2001 Orpheus Vocal Competition, where he received the Richard Strauss Award.

(Photo credit: Amy Weddell)

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