Peter Wesoloski, baritone
Baritone Peter Wesoloski is relatively new to the Chicago music world but is already in demand as a soloist and chamber musician. He was featured last fall in a performance of Bach’s Johannes-Passion at Northwestern University, and appeared in the 2016 Schubertiade in Chicago with members of the Liederstube and Vox 3 Collective. A regular soloist with the Chicago Master Singers, he most recently joined them for their tour abroad of the Netherlands, France, and Germany, offering a recital in Amsterdam alongside pianist Eugenia Cheng as well. This past summer he took the stage as a member of both the Grant Park Chorus and the Chicago Symphony Chorus, the latter in a performance of Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony under James Levine at Ravinia. Having returned to the operatic stage in Main Street Opera’s 2016 production of Falstaff (Pistola), he looks forward to his debut performance with New Moon Opera in Trouble in Tahiti (Sam) coming in 2017. This coming season Peter is thrilled to join the ranks of the Chicago Choral Artists and Constellation Men’s Ensemble, as well as continue his work with the Chicago Symphony Chorus.
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