Philip Cutlip, baritone
Philip Cutlip has garnered consistent critical acclaim for his performances across North America and Europe. Established on both concert and opera stages, he has performed with a distinguished list of conductors that includes Nicholas McGegan, Yves Abel, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Gerard Schwarz, and Donald Runnicles. His appearance as Joseph De Rocher in Heggie’s Dead Man Walking,with Joyce DiDonato and Frederica von Stade for Houston Grand Opera, has been released on Virgin Records.
In the 2015-16 season Philip Cutlip sings the title role in Sweeney Todd with Tri-Cities Opera, is soloist in Messiah with California’s Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and returns to Oratorio Society of New York as soloist in Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass and the world premiere of Merryman’s Jonah.
His 2014-15 season engagements included the title role in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro in a return to Sarasota Opera, several roles in Weill’s The Road of Promise with New York’s Collegiate Chorale, soloist in Messiah with the Winston-Salem Symphony, and in Vaughn Williams’ “A Sea Symphony” with the Modesto Symphony Orchestra. He also sings Papageno in Die Zauberflöte with the Kaohsiung Philharmonic Foundation in Taiwan.
His 2013-14 engagements included Stanley in Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire with Opera Grand Rapids, and baritone soloist in Handel’s Apollo e Dafne with Music of the Baroque Chorus and Orchestra. He returned to Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, under Nicholas McGegan, in Messiah; to North Carolina Symphony in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio; and to Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra as Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro. He also debuted with the Eugene Symphony in Haydn’s The Creation.
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