Adam Kirkpatrick, tenor, has sung operatic roles and concerts in many theaters throughout the United States, singing with the: Cincinnati Opera, Atlanta Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Tri-Cities Opera (NY), Dayton Opera, Florida State Opera, Knoxville Symphony, Newton Symphony (MA), Tallahassee Symphony, LaGrange Symphony (GA), Cobb Symphony (GA), Northwest Florida Symphony, and more.
Kirkpatrick holds a BM and MM in voice performance from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and earned his Doctor of Music degree from Florida State University. Currently, he is the associate professor of music at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. Though he spends most of his professional life teaching voice and singing, Kirkpatrick also finds time to write and publish articles related to voice and singing.
He is the inventor of a patented new method for teaching the lower laryngeal position in singing using electromyographic (EMG) biofeedback.
For more information, visit adamkirkpatrick.com
(Adam Kirkpatrick joined New Trinity Baroque for the first time in March of 2011, in Johann Sebastian Bach's Mass in B minor.)