Are you an experienced Tenor, Baritone, or Bass singer aged 18-30 looking for a challenging and enriching pre-professional mentorship and singing opportunity?

The Emerging Choral Artist Program is a world-class performance and mentorship opportunity with nine of North America’s finest ensemble singers – The Leonids – whose credits include both solo and ensemble features across the world. This intimate, week-long program will put you in one-on-one contact with the Leonids for an enriching mentorship, coaching, and performance experience, all at professional-level pacing. This is a priceless opportunity for those looking to pursue a career in singing. 


The Leonids

Eric Alatorre, Bass – Chanticleer

Enrico Lagasca, Bass-Baritone – Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Metropolitan Opera Chorus

Daniel Schwartz, Baritone – The Crossing, Variant 6, Skylark

Sam Kreidenweis, Baritone – Anúna, Conspirare, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and Vocal Arts Ensemble

Tim Keeler, Countertenor – Chanticleer, Clarion Choir, Trinity Wall Street, New York Polyphony

Andrew Fuchs, Tenor – Pegasus, Tenet, Artek, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, New York Polyphony

Jacob Perry Jr., Tenor – Apollo’s Fire, Handel Choir of Baltimore, Mountainside Baroque, Tempesta di Mare, The Thirteen

Steven Soph, Tenor – Seraphic Fire, Conspirare, Roomful of Teeth

Steven Caldicott Wilson, Tenor – New York Polyphony, Handel + Haydn Boston, Trinity Baroque Orchestra NYC

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Program participants will work with the Leonids, receive mentorship and coaching from the Leonids singers and Chor Leoni Artistic Director Erick Lichte, collaborate with Chor Leoni, participate in the VanMan Choral Summit.

The Emerging Choral Artist program is free for participants and will accept a maximum of 16 singers. Applications for this year’s ECAP are now closed. Stay tuned for more information about our 2022/2023 season!


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