Personal Summary / Bio
Bass-Baritone Aaron Cain has performed and recorded with a variety of instrumental and vocal ensembles, most of which have made early music their focus. He has performed with groups such as The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Los Angeles Master Chorale, Musica Angelica and the Los Angeles Chamber Singers. Recently, Aaron appeared on the Los Angeles Chamber Singers' recording, Padilla: Sun of Justice, winner of the 2006 Grammy for Best Small Ensemble Performance. Oregon-based groups with whom he has collaborated include Cappella Romana, the Portland Baroque Orchestra, the Cascade Consort and the Oregon Bach Festival. Aaron is also one of the members of The Concord Ensemble, a male sextet which performs and records a variety of music ranging from medieval, renaissance, baroque and contemporary vocal works. The Concord Ensemble first gained international attention when it was awarded the grand prize in the 1998 Early Music America / Dorian Records Competition, and continues to perform extensively in the United States and Europe. He holds a Bachelor's of Music in voice from The University of Iowa and a Masters degree in choral conducting and a doctorate in vocal performance (with a specialization in historical performance practice) from the University of Oregon, where he studied voice with Eric Mentzel. Aaron is currently an assistant professor of vocie and the director of vocal studies at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
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