Adam Jacob Simon is a composer and singer active in the Boston area. He has enjoyed many recent performances and commissions from nationally acclaimed ensembles including A Far Cry, Lorelei Ensemble, Conspirare, Seraphic Fire, Palaver Strings, WordSong Boston, and the Oriana Consort.
As a vocal soloist he has recently performed the tenor solos in Mozart’s Mass in C Minor with the Onion River Chorus in Montpelier VT, and the tenor Evangelist in Arvo Pärt’s “Passio” and baritone in Duruflé’s Requiem with the Trinity Church Choirs in Boston, where he serves as a staff singer. His voice is described as having a “wonderful romantic lyricism” and “reassuring warmth” - Times Argus (VT). He is an avid folk music singer as well, performing frequently with the world folk ensemble Culomba, and VT-based vocal ensemble Northern Harmony, traveling throughout Europe, South Africa, and the U.S.
In 2020, Adam received his Master’s degree in Composition from Tufts University in Medford MA, where he studied with Boston composer John McDonald. He completed his undergraduate studies in composition and piano at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge MA, studying composition with Howard Frazin, and music theory with Judy Ross. Reach Adam on his website
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