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Sir Andrew Davis, Giancarlo Guerrero, Alexandre Tharaud, Daniil Trifonov, Minnesota Orchestra , Nashville Symphony , Nicholas Phan
2018 Grammy Nominees
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Tenor Nicholas Phan Launches 2017-18 Season in Chicago with Sixth Annual Collaborative Arts Festival
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Tenor Nicholas Phan shines in Musicians from Marlboro concert
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Wynton Marsalis, Marin Alsop, Sir Andrew Davis, Christopher Rountree, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company , Alexandre Tharaud, Daniil Trifonov, Jennifer Koh, Gil Shaham, Philadelphia Orchestra , Christine Goerke, Nicholas Phan, Storm Large, VOCES8 , New York Polyphony
End of Year 2015 'Best of' Roundup
Jeremy Denk, Benjamin Beilman, Nicholas Phan
From recital to finale, an evening of chamber finery
The Seattle Times
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Tenor Nicholas Phan Offers New Take on Old Music, Singing A Painted Tale on New Solo Album (Out Feb 10) and in Carnegie Recital (March 18)
21C Media Group
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For Nicholas Phan, song singing is as much a crusade as an art form
Chicago Tribune
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Celebrating a Bond With Britten
The New York Times
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Britten’s poetic vocal works, in centenary tribute
Boston Globe
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
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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)
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NPR Music's Favorite New Artists Of 2011
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Britten - Winter Words, Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo, Folk Songs
The Sunday Times (UK)
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Café Concert: Nicholas Phan
Marin Alsop, Daniil Trifonov, Brooklyn Rider , Ian Bostridge, Nicholas Phan, Morris Robinson
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Live webcast of St. Matthew Passion; John Nelson conducting in Paris
Soli Deo Gloria
Wynton Marsalis, Giancarlo Guerrero, Mariss Jansons, Silkroad Ensemble , Cleveland Orchestra , Estonian National Symphony Orchestra , Nicholas Phan
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The Carnegie Hall Debut: Introducing Nicholas Phan
Carnegie Hall
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Return to Marlboro
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Described by the Boston Globe as "one of the world's most remarkable singers," American tenor Nicholas Phan is increasingly recognized as an artist of distinction. Praised for his keen intelligence, captivating stage presence and natural musicianship, he performs regularly with the world's leading orchestras and opera companies. Also an avid recitalist, in 2010 he co-founded the Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago (CAIC) to promote art song and vocal chamber music, where he serves as Artistic Director. 

Phan once again launches his new season in Chicago, curating CAIC's seventh annual Collaborative Arts Festival. This year's three-day festival (Sep 5 - 8), "The Song as Drama," will examine the narrative power of the song cycle and the ability of song to tell epic stories with minimal forces. Other highlights of his 2018-19 season are two role debuts: Eumolpus in Stravinsky's Perséphone, with Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony; and the title role in Handel's Jephtha, with Boston Baroque and Martin Pearlman. The title role in Bernstein's Candide, with Marin Alsop and the Israel Philharmonic, will mark his debut in Israel. In addition to three programs with the San Francisco Symphony, he will return to major orchestras across the country including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, and Colorado Symphony. In November he will sing the first of many outings of Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin this season, as he gives the world premiere of Antoine Plante's arrangement of the cycle for full orchestra, with Mercury, the Houston-based orchestra of which Plante is the founder. A celebrated recording artist, Phan will be heard on two forthcoming recordings: Berlioz's Roméo et Juliette with Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony, (recorded in June 2017); and Handel's Joseph and His Brethren (recorded in December 2017) with Philharmonia Baroque and Nicholas McGegan, singing the roles of Simeon and Judah ... read full bio