Patrick Muehleise

    Patrick Muehleise, tenor, is in demand throughout the country as a versatile singer in opera, musical theatre, choral, and concert repertoire. Patrick regularly collaborates with nationally acclaimed ensembles such as Seraphic Fire, The Santa Fe Desert Chorale, True Concord Voices & Orchestra, and Music of the Baroque. Other recent engagements include performances with The Santa Fe Opera, Haymarket Opera Company, Bella Voce Camerata, The Chicago Arts Orchestra, and the American Chamber Orchestra in New York City. Last season, Patrick made his Lyric Opera of Chicago debut in the chorus of Wagner’s Parsifal and recently made soloist appearances in Bach’s St. Matthew and St. John Passions, Mozart’s Mass in C minor and Coronation Mass, Haydn’s Seven Last Words, Handel’s Messiah, David Lang’s Little Match Girl Passion, the role of Martin in Copland’s The Tender Land, and the title role in Britten’s Albert Herring. This season continues to excite as Patrick performs Carmina Burana with True Concord, records an inaugural disc with the new Apollo Master Chorale as they break ground in Minneapolis this year, performs Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass with Seraphic Fire, and takes the stage at the 2015 National ACDA Convention in Salt Lake City with The Santa Fe Desert Chorale. Patrick is an active member of the American Guild of Musical Artists and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. He can be heard on two nationally released albums with the Grammy-nominated ensemble Seraphic Fire (“Silent Night” and “Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610”) as well as four additional forthcoming albums with Seraphic Fire and True Concord. Equally vested in educating young and emerging musicians, Patrick has been an artist in residence at Staples High School (CT), Oberlin Conservatory, University of Chicago, Lawrence University,and the University of Kansas City Missouri.