Marcio de Oliveira


Tenor Marcio de Oliveira, a versatile singing actor praised for his “agile, multi-faceted voice”, “vibrant stage presence”, and “fiery enthusiasm”, made his international debut as the Evangelist & tenor soloist in Bach’s St. John Passion with Ensemble Royale & The University of King’s College Chapel Choir (Paul Halley, dir.). He is a graduate of the Master of Music degree program in Voice Performance & Pedagogy at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, where he studied under Laura Brooks Rice, Andrew Megill, and J.J. Penna. Marcio sings regularly as chorister and soloist with The Handel + Haydn Society Chorus (Jonathan Cohen, dir.), The Advent Choir of The Church of the Advent (Mark Dwyer, dir.) in Boston, MA, and other esteemed music ensembles in the local Boston area. He is a native of Turlock, California, and of Portuguese descent. Marcio also works as an acute cardiac care nurse (RN, BSN, CPN) at Boston Children’s Hospital.