Alexander Nishibun

tenor

Photo Credit: Kate L Photography

Tenor Alexander Nishibun is gaining recognition for his vibrant sound, musical versatility, and engaging presence. His varied roles have included Nemorino from L’Elisir d’amore, Prunier from La Rondine, Fenton from Falstaff, Tamino from Die Zauberflöte, and Frederic from The Pirates of Penzance. Nishibun has sung with the Portland Opera YAP, the Boston Early Music Festival YAP during their nationally acclaimed Niobe, Regina di Tebe production, and continues to perform widely in the Boston area. A frequent oratorio soloist, Nishibun’s recent and upcoming performances include Handel’s Messiah and Dixit Dominus, Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu Nostri, Haydn’s The Creation, Bach’s Mass in B minor and Magnificat, Mozart’s Requiem and Davide Penitente. Across the U.S., he performs with Vox Humana, Kinnara Ensemble, Les Canards Chantants, the Blue Heron Renaissance Choir, and the Boston Cecilia. A regular studio artist, he will record works with the Blue Heron Renaissance Choir as well as Kinnara Ensemble this season.