Peter John Santogade

Style: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
Title: MD,DMA
Bio:

Peter John Santogade Lyric Tenor

Address: Contact info: 106 Morningside Drive, Apt 4A Phone: 212-663-5909 New York, NY 10027 Cell: 646-530-0154 Member, National Association of Teachers of Singing pjs2@cumc.columbia.edu

Education DMA, voice performance University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, 1998

MM, voice performance University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, 1995

BM, voice Manhattan School of Music New York, NY, 1982

BS, biology and music Valparaiso University Valparaiso, IN 1974

Performance Experience Solo Recitals 1998 Three doctoral recitals, University of Michigan 1995 Masters degree recital, University of Michigan 1991 Morgagni Society, Columbus Club, NY, NY 1989 Cornerstone Center, NY, NY 1982 Manhattan School of Music, NY,NY 1978 University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 1977 University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Opera Monostatos, Die Zauberflöte (Mozart), 1994, University of Michigan, conductor Gustav Meier, director Joshua Major Chevalier/Father Confessor, Dialogues of the Carmelites (Poulenc), 1993, University of Michigan, conductor Martin Katz, director Joshua Major Servant, The Boor (Argento), 1993, University of Michigan, conductor Martin Katz, director Joshua Major Eisenstein, Fledermaus (J. Strauss), 1990 Mannes College of Music, NYC Chanticleer, Chanticleer (Barab), 1988, 1989, Enchanted Forest , Opera, NYC Monostatos, Die Zauberflöte (Mozart), 1981, Sinfonia d’Opera, NY, NY Tamino, Die Zauberflöte (Mozart), Massachusetts Summer Opera Institute, conductor Boris Goldovsky, director Frederic Popper Alfredo, La Traviata (Verdi), Massachusetts Summer Opera Institute, conductor Boris Goldovsky, director Frederic Popper Additional roles prepared at University of Michigan: Nemorino L’Elisir d’Amore (Donizetti); Ferrando , Cosi Fan Tutte (Mozart)

Choral and Oratorio Advent Lutheran Chorale member and soloist, 2006-2018, Aaron Wunsch, conductor, NY,NY Bel Canto professional chamber choir, David Pegg, conductor, 1999-2002 soloist, Dixit Dominus (Handel), 2000 soloist, Theresienmesse (Hayden), 2000 with Greensboro Symphony, conductor Stuart Malina First Lutheran Chancel Choir, 1999-2003, conductor Jon Brotherton soloist, Creation (Hayden), 1999, Greensboro, NC King of Kings Lutheran Choir, member & soloist, 1992-1998, Ann Arbor, MI Sine Nomine, member & soloist, Harry Saltzman, conductor, 1991-1992, NYC soloist, Petite Messe Solennel (Rossini),1992, Merkin Concert Hall, NYC Cornerstone Chorale. Member & soloist, Tom Lloyd conductor, 1989-1992 soloist Messiah (Handel), 1989,1990,1991 Elijah (Mendelssohn), 1990 Requiem (Mozart), 1990 Canticum Novum, member & soloist, 1987-88, Harold Rosenbaum,conductor Goodman Chorale, member & soloist, 1985-86, Andrea Goodman, conductor University of Wisconsin Chamber Choir, member & soloist, 1974-76, Larry Doebler, conductor soloist, Dixit Dominus (Handel), 1975 soloist Messiah (Handel), 1975 Valparaiso University Choral & chamber Choir, member & soloist, 1969-74, Conductor L.L. Fleming

Choral conducting Advent Lutheran Church Chorale, assistant conductor, NY, NY 2006-2018 Allen Hospital Holiday Chorus conductor, NY,NY 2007-2017 First Lutheran Church interim choral director, Greensboro, NC 2000 King of Kings Lutheran Church, assistant director, Ann Arbor, MI 1992-1998 Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church choral conductor, NY, NY 1979-89

Vocal Studies Maitland Peters Sonja Karlsen Leslie Guinn, University of MI, 1992-98 Nancy Walker Eric Thorendahl Joan Caplan John Alexander, Manhattan School 1981-82 Gabor Carelli, Manhattan School, 1979-81 Ilona Kombrink, University of WI, 1974-76

Vocal Coaching Timothy Cheek, Martin Katz, Thomas Grubb, Frederic Popper

Choral Conducting Studies Theo Morrison & Jerry Blackstone, University of MI, 1994-95 Dino Anagnost, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1990 George Manahan, Manhattan School of Music, 1979-82

Honors and Awards Pi Kappa Lambda, University of Michigan, 1995 Pierre Bernac Award, for excellence in interpretation of French vocal literature, Manhattan School of Music, 1982 Christ College Humanities Honors Scholar, magna cum laude, Valparaiso University, 1974

Teaching experience Have maintained private voice studio since graduate school Adjunct voice instructor, Teachers College, Columbia University 2007-9

Voice Type: Tenor
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am currently accepting private students

Contact Information

Studio

106 Morningside Drive, 4A
New York, NY
USA 10027

TEL: 212-663-5909
MOBILE: 646-530-0154
FAX: 212-932-5458

E-mail: pjs2@cumc.columbia.edu

Vcard: import to my address book

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