Appearing regularly in the world’s premiere concert halls, music festivals and opera houses, American tenor Nicholas Phan continues to distinguish himself as one of the most compelling tenors performing today.
In the 2015-2016 season, Mr. Phan performs the role of Inverno in the American premiere of Alessandro Scarlatti’s La gloria di primavera as part of a tour with Philharmonia Baroque and makes his role debut as Tamino in Mozart’s Magic Flute in a set of semi-staged performances with Boston Baroque. In what are becoming signature roles for him, he will perform both the tenor arias and Evangelist on a tour of Bach’s St. John Passion with Apollo’s Fire and the Evangelist in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with John Nelson and the Strasbourg Philharmonic. As Artistic Director of Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago, he will both curate and perform in the organization’s fourth annual Collaborative Works Festival, a vocal chamber music festival held in venues throughout Chicago. Other highlights this season include solo recitals at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC and the Green Music Center in Sonoma; returns to the Dallas and Kansas City Symphonies; a return to Da Camera of Houston and his debut with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center ... read full bio