Jack Canfield

BARITONE

"PAPER ROUTE"
As One - Laura Kaminsky/ Mark Camp...
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"O VIN DISSIPE LA TRISTESSE"
Hamlet/Thomas
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"NUNN WILL DIE SONN' SO HELL AUF GE..."
Gustav Mahler - Kindertotenlieder ...
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Jack Canfield

Jack Canfield is a Baritone from Atlanta, Ga. He studied with John T. Gates at Lawrence University and with Peter Volpe at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. This past July, he sang the role of Hannah (Before) in Opera Maine's production of Laura Kaminsky's, As One. For the 2021-22 season, he is singing as an "Emerging Artist" for Opera Idaho.

Opera Idaho
Emerging Artist, 2021-2022
Opera Maine
Studio Artist, 2021
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
John Brooke (Little Women), 2020
Prague Summer Nights: Young Artists Music Festival
Conte Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro), 2019
Lawrence University
Bachelor of Music / Voice Performance, 2015
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Schedule

The Merry Widow
Vicomte Viscada/ Count ...

Opera Idaho, October 8th, 9th 2021


Summer Concert at ...
Soloist

Boise Baroque Orchestra, August 28th, 2021

Bach's B Minor Mass
Soloist

Boise Baroque Orchestra, February 24th


Dead Man Walking
Joseph DeRocher (Cover)

Opera Idaho, April 22nd, 24th

An American Dream
FBI Agent/ Jim Crowley ...

Opera Idaho, March 11th, 13th


Carmen
Le Dancaïre/ Escamillo ...

Opera Idaho, January 28th, 30th

As One
Hannah (Before)

Opera Maine, July, 2021

Biography

Jack Canfield, baritone, is one of Opera Idaho’s “Emerging Artists” for the 2021-2022 season. Originally from Atlanta, GA, he studied with John T. Gates at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI and Peter Volpe at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. This past July, he sang the role of Hannah (Before) in Laura Kaminsky’s As One with Opera Maine. Other recent roles include Count Almaviva in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, Papageno in Mozart's The Magic Flute, and John Brooke in Adamo’s Little Women. In 2015, he was a recipient of the Thomas J. Watson fellowship, which allowed him to study indigenous song traditions in the Republic of Congo, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Norway, and Russia.

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