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?

Bach's Mass in B Minor
at the San Francisco Bach Festival

Nate will perform J.S Bach's Mass in B Minor as a soloist and choir member as a participant in the American Bach Soloists Academy, in collaboration with the ABS Academy Festival Orchestra, under the direction of Jeffrey Thomas. There will be two performances on August 5th and 12th.

Performance information:

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church,
San Francisco
Sunday, August 5th, 7 PM

San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Sunday, August 12th, 2 PM


Handel's Semele
at the San Francisco Bach Festival

Nate will perform G.F. Handel's Semele--in the role of Apollo and as a member of the ensemble--as a participant in the American Bach Soloists Academy, in collaboration with the ABS Academy Festival Orchestra, under the direction of Jeffrey Thomas. There will be two performances on August 5th and 12th.

Performance information:

San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Thursday, August 9th, 7:30 PM

San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Friday, August 10th, 7:30 PM


Carmina Burana
at the Hollywood Bowl

Nate will return to the Hollywood Bowl as a member of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of Bramwell Tovey for two performances of Orff's Carmina Burana and Beethoven's Choral Fantasy on August 28th and 30th.

Performance information:

Hollywood Bowl
Tuesday, August 28th, 8 PM

Hollywood Bowl
Thursday, August 30th, 8 PM




What they're saying:

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

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