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09.05.13
Nicholas Phan
For Nicholas Phan, song singing is as much a crusade as an art form
Chicago Tribune
08.02.13
Nicholas Phan
Celebrating a Bond With Britten
The New York Times
02.04.13
Nicholas Phan
Britten’s poetic vocal works, in centenary tribute
Boston Globe
12.20.12
Inon Barnatan, Jennifer Koh, Minnesota Orchestra , Nicholas Phan
A Hit Parade of Small Labels and Upstarts The Best Classical Music Recordings of 2012
The New York Times
03.30.12
Nicholas Phan
Two Exciting Firsts for Tenor Nicholas Phan This Spring: a Role Debut in Mozart’s Don Giovanni at Atlanta Opera (April 28-May 6), and NY Phil Debut (May 31-June 2)
21C Media Group
12.19.11
Nicholas Phan
NPR Music's Favorite New Artists Of 2011
NPR Music
10.05.11
Nicholas Phan
Britten - Winter Words, Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo, Folk Songs
The Sunday Times (UK)
09.22.11
Nicholas Phan
Café Concert: Nicholas Phan
WQXR
09.11.11
Marin Alsop, Robert Spano, Daniil Trifonov, Yuja Wang, Daniel Hope, Gidon Kremer, Brooklyn Rider , Schola Cantorum de Venezuela , Ian Bostridge, Nicholas Phan, Morris Robinson
20 Concerts To Hear This Fall
WQXR
06.29.11
Nicholas Phan
Live webcast of St. Matthew Passion; John Nelson conducting in Paris
Soli Deo Gloria
12.02.10
Wynton Marsalis, Parker Quartet , Giancarlo Guerrero, Mariss Jansons, Silk Road Ensemble , Cleveland Orchestra , Estonian National Symphony Orchestra , Nicholas Phan
CONGRATULATIONS 2010 GRAMMY AWARD NOMINEES!
11.02.10
Nicholas Phan
The Carnegie Hall Debut: Introducing Nicholas Phan
Carnegie Hall
08.10.10
Nicholas Phan
Return to Marlboro
The Rest Is Noise
American Nicholas Phan continues to distinguish himself as one of the most compelling young tenors appearing on the prestigious concert and opera stages of the world.

Mr. Phan's many engagements this season included appearances with the St. Louis Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Toronto Symphony, Boston Baroque, Chicago Bach Project, Oratorio Society of New York in Carnegie Hall, and the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa, and recitals in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, New York, and Istanbul. This summer he returns to the Oregon Bach Festival and makes his debut with the Boston Symphony as the title role in Candide at Tanglewood, and next season he returns to the Houston Grand Opera for Sweeney Todd and appears in concert with the Cleveland Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, National Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony, and the Baltimore Symphony. ... read full bio