Aaron is a tenor residing in central North Carolina where he actively performs as a soloist and choral singer. Aaron also maintains a private voice studio and hopes to begin classroom teaching at the elementary level in the fall of 2012. When not singing or teaching you will most likely find Aaron spending time with Bailey, his Mini-Dachshund puppy, reading, or relaxing at the beach.
Tom is completing his second season with the Kinnara Ensemble. He is the Director of Music & Organist at All Saints' Church, Princeton, Music Director of Princeton-based Opera MODO, and a Conducting Fellow with the Continuo Arts Foundation. In his spare time, he enjoys writing bad choral music, and watching ESPN instead of going to the gym.
An original member of the Kinnara Ensemble, Jim is thrilled to be returning for the Spring 2012 concerts. His musical training began as a chorister in the Saint Thomas Choir, NYC and continued at Eton College, UK and Westminster Choir College. Today Jim is an active singer, conductor, teacher, composer and New York Giants fan who is also the Director of Music and Organist at St. James' Church, Long Branch, NJ. Yes, his golf handicap is a 14 but he’s working on that.
Cory has been singing with the Kinnara Ensemble since Spring 2011 and like many, suffers from withdrawal during the "off-season". He also serves as the Artist Relations Manager and Program Designer for the group. Cory performs both solo and ensemble work regularly in the tristate area.
Adam is a graduate of Westminster Choir College. He has a varied musical life: as a recent soloist with American Classical Orchestra in Haydn's Paukenmesse; as section leader at Trinity Church, Princeton; and as head of a growing Princeton voice studio. Adam is also on the Board of Trustees of the Kinnara Ensemble serving as Vice President.
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