Nate Widelitz

Singer

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Now in his 11th season as a professional singer, Nate has sung with some of the premier ensembles in the United States, been engaged as a soloist on both coasts, and recently returned to the operatic stage. He currently appears with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, Pacific Chorale, and Contemporary Choral Collective of Los Angeles, in addition to maintaining an active solo performance schedule. He is available for concert and operatic work, special and private events, and film scoring sessions.


Upcoming engagements

Where is Nate singing next?

Glass and Shankar
at Segerstrom Hall and Carnegie Hall

Nate will perform Philip Glass's The Passion of Ramakrishna as a member of Pacific Chorale, in collaboration with Pacific Symphony, under the direction of Carl St. Clair, at Segerstrom Hall on April 12th-14th before traveling to New York to perform at Carnegie Hall on April 21st.

Performance information:

Segerstrom Concert Hall,
Costa Mesa
Thursday-Saturday, April 12-14th, 8 PM

Carnegie Hall,
New York City
Saturday, April 21st, 8 PM EDT


Reid and Reily
at Disney Hall

Nate will perform a concert of American music, including Terry Reily's seminal minimalist composition In C and the world premiere of Ellen Reid's dreams of the new world, as a member of the Los Angeles Master Chorale under the direction of Grant Gershon at Walt Disney Concert Hall on May 13th.


Performance information:

Walt Disney Concert Hall,
Los Angeles
Sunday, May 13th, 7 PM

 


Music of the Golden State
at Segerstrom Hall

Nate will perform a concert of music by Californian composers--including works by Shawn KirchnerFrank TicheliMorten LauridsenDale TrumboreTarik O’Regan, and Mason Bates--as a member of Pacific Chorale, in collaboration with Mason Bates himself on electronic equipment and organist Jung-A Lee, under the direction of Robert Istad at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall on May 19th.
 

Performance information:

Segerstrom Concert Hall,
Costa Mesa
Saturday, May 19th, 5:30 PM




What they're saying:

...a luscious solo by tenor Nate Widelitz...
— Bob Thomas, Class Act

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