An artist and activist, African-American tenor, Aaron Crouch has been described by the Huffington Post as “riveting vocally and as an actor.” Originally from Bowie, Maryland, he is a graduate of the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, studying under the guidance of Mikael Eliasen and Jonathan Beyer.
During his time at the Curtis Institute of Music, Mr. Crouch performed several notable roles such as Don Ottavio/Don Giovanni, Lensky/Eugene Onegin, Prunier/La Rondine, and Anthony/Sweeney Todd. In past summers, Mr. Crouch attended HGO's Young Artist Vocal Academy as well as the Glimmerglass Festival's Young Artist Program where he sang The Son/Blue & Tamino/The Magic Flute.
This season, Mr Crouch will will debut with Virginia Opera in the role of Conte
Almaviva in their production of Il Baribiere di Siviglia. Additionally, he will join
several notable artists in Morris and Friends, a concert series curated by Bass, Morris Robinson which showcases music from the gospel and operatic repertoire.
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