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JASON NEDECKY

Baritone Jason Nedecky sings regularly in recital in Canada and abroad. He has performed on the operatic stage with the Canadian Opera Company, and Opera Atelier, and appears in the critically acclaimed Opera Atelier video recording of Lully’s Persée. He can also be heard with the Aradia Ensemble on the Naxos label in Handel’s Israel in Egypt [8.570966-67], in Samuel Arnold’s opera Polly [8.660241], and in the rôle of Corrado in Vivaldi’s Griselda [8.660211-13]. Jason Nedecky studied at the University of Toronto, in Baden bei Wien, Austria, in Aldeburgh, England, at L’Académie Musicale de Villecroze in Provence, France, at the Banff Centre, Canada, and as a member of the Young Artist Program of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. He also works extensively as a language coach for singers.


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