Aaron Sheehan

Aaron Sheehan, tenor, has established himself as a first-rate singer in many styles. His voice has been described by the Boston Globe as "superb: his tone classy, clear, and refined, encompassing fluid lyricism and ringing force" and the Washington Post praised his "polished, lovely tone." He has appeared with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, American Bach Soloists, Handel and Haydn Society, North Carolina Symphony, Les Voix Baroques, Boston Early Music Festival, Tempesta di Mare, Aston Magna Festival, Washington National Cathedral, Pacific Music Works, Magnificat, Tragicomedia, the Folger Consort, and ConcertoPalatino. Aaron made his professional opera debut in 2005 as Ivan in the Boston Early Music Festival’s world premiere staging of Mattheson's Boris Gudenow. He has since sung leading roles in other BEMF operas, such as L'Amour and Apollon in Lully's Psyché, Actéon in Charpentier's Actéon, and Acis in Handel's Acis and Galatea. He has also performed with American Opera Theater and Intermezzo Chamber Opera in leading roles of operas by Cavalli, Handel, Weill, and Satie. Aaron continues to work extensively in the chamber music world. He has sung with Theater of Voices, Blue Heron Choir, Tenet, Fortune's Wheel, La Donna Musicale, Folger Consort, Newberry Consort, Dünya, The Rose Ensemble, and the Pro Arte Singers. He is currently on the voice faculties of Boston University, Wellesley College, and Towson University.