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BUD ROACH

Bud Roach began his musical career as an oboist, performing frequently with the orchestras of the National Ballet of Canada and the Canadian Opera Company, as well as holding positions with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, Michigan Opera Theater, and the Buffalo Philharmonic from 1997–2004. In 2005 he began singing tenor with the Elmer Iseler Singers in Toronto, Ontario, and since that time has worked with such organizations as Opera Atelier, the Toronto Consort, the Tallis Choir, Arcady, the Amadeus Choir, Tryptych, Soundstreams Canada, and the Aradia Ensemble. He has earned critical acclaim for his 2008 première performance of Trickster in Melissa Hui’s Cree opera The Journey.

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