Jeremy Hirsch is a contributor to the opera blog Schmopera, primarily covering new opera in New York City. While at Peabody Conservatory, Hirsch studied English literature at Johns Hopkins University as a member of the institutions’ double degree program.
Hirsch is also a professional bass-baritone. He has been described as “a compelling actor and singer” (Los Angeles Times), and enjoys performing a wide range of opera, art song, and concert repertoire. He has been a vocal fellow at various festivals including Music Academy of the West, Songfest, Toronto Summer Music Festival, and Opera on the Avalon, and a guest artist with companies including the Albany Symphony, America Symphony Orchestra, Washington DC Embassy Series, Fire Island Opera Festival, American Opera Projects, Anonymous Ensemble, Ars Musica, and Opera on Tap NYC.
As a recitalist, Hirsch was recently named a finalist in the Art Song Preservation Society’s Mary Trueman Vocal Arts Competition. The finals will take place in June 2018.
For a full artist bio, please visit jeremyhirschbaritone.com.