Tenor Jerron Jorgensen received a Master of Music in Voice Performance from Arizona State University, a Bachelor of Arts from South Dakota State University, and is currently a Voice Performance doctoral candidate at The Hartt School of Music in Hartford, Connecticut.
Jerron's thoughtful interpretations of character tenor roles bring necessary energy and comedic timing to the stage without compromising artistry or beauty of tone. His most recent operatic appearances of note include Mr. Erlanson (A Little Night Music), Monostatos (Die Zauberflöte), King Kaspar (Amahl and the Night Visitors), John Styx (Orphée aux Enfers), Herr Vogelsang (Der Schauspieldirektor), and Don Curzio (Le nozze di Figaro). Solo concert and oratorio appearances include Requiem (Mozart), Requiem (Bruckner), The Here and Now (Theofanidis), Jephte (Carissimi), Johannes-Passion and Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (J. S. Bach), Vesperae solennes de confessore (Mozart),
Johannes-Passion (Schütz) and Messiah (Händel). As a chorister, Jerron has performed with numerous professional choirs, including GRAMMY®-nominated True Concord Voices & Orchestra. Since relocating to Connecticut, Jerron has been a soloist with the Hartford Opera Theatre, Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra, Torrington Symphony Orchestra, Rhode Island Civic Chorale & Orchestra, Soli Deo Gloria Orchestra, New Haven Oratorio Choir, Hartt Wind Ensemble, New Haven Chorale, and Madison Lyric Stage.
In addition to performing, Jerron currently serves on the faculty at The Hartt School of Music and presides as the Director of Music at First Congregational Church of Granby, and Music Director for the Connecticut Yankee Chorale in Torrington.
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