American tenor Nicholas Phan's many engagements this
season include concerts with The Cleveland Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Dallas
Symphony, National Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra, Boston Baroque, and Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, as well as his
return to Houston Grand Opera for SweeneyTodd.
He also appears in recital in New York, Houston, and Istanbul.
Mr. Phan has performed with many of the leading orchestras in North America and
Europe, including the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, St. Louis Symphony,
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke's, Les
Violons du Roy, BBC Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, and Lucerne Symphony
Orchestra. He has also toured extensively throughout the major concert halls of Europe with
Il Complesso Barocco, and appeared with the Oregon Bach, Tanglewood, Ravinia, Marlboro,
Edinburgh, Rheingau, and Saint-Denis festivals, and at the BBC Proms.
In opera, he has appeared with LA Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Seattle Opera,
Glyndebourne, Oper Frankfurt, and Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. In recital, he has been
presented by Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Chamber Music
Society, Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music, and the University of Chicago. He is
also currently the artistic director of Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago, an
organization devoted to promoting the art song and vocal chamber music
Mr. Phan's most recent solo album, A Painted Tale, was
released on Avie Records in February 2015. His previous solo album, Still Falls the
Rain (Avie Records), was named one of the best classical recordings of 2012
by The New York Times. His growing discography also includes the Grammy-nominated
recording of Stravinsky's Pulcinella with Pierre Boulez and the Chicago Symphony
Orchestra (CSO Resound), his debut solo album Winter Words (Avie
Records), the opera L'Olimpiade with the Venice Baroque Orchestra (Naïve),
and the world premiere recording of Elliott Carter's orchestral song cycle, A Sunbeam's
Architecture (NMC Recordings).