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Christopher Fuelling

Location: California, USA
I am an American tenor specializing in Early Music and Gregorian Chant who has just returned to Los Angeles after living for 12 years in Amsterdam, Berlin, and then co-founding the Art Monastery outside of Rome. I am also a theatre director who specializes in staging Early Music projects and experimental and ritual theatre.
 
EARLY MUSIC CONCERT/ORATORIO SOLOIST:
           Bach:   Magnificat in S. M. degli Angeli in Rome with Osvaldo Guidott
                     Johannes Passion EVANGELIST or soloist in Zandaam, Utrecht, Philadelphia, Princeton
                     cantatas with Karl Hochreiter (Berliner Gedächtniskirche), Jan Pasveer (Westerkerk Amsterdam), (Sebastian Holz: Utrecht)    
                   and as a fellow of the Bach Aria Festival (Stonybrook, NY);
Buxtehude: Jesu Membra Nostri with Cappella Confluentes in Dusseldorf and Köln 
Dowland: Elizabeth & Essex: concerts in Berlin & Koblenz with Maria Skiba and Frank Pschicholz
Grandi/Palestrina/Monteverdi/Schütz: Canticum: solist and compiler of a Baroque opera of the Song of Songs, concerts in    
                   Rome, Seattle, et al.
Handel: Messiah in Los Angeles, Princeton, and Santa Cruz
Lasso: Penitential Psalms in Skt. Hedwigs Katedrale, Berlin
Monteverdi: Selva Morales recoring and concerts with Gabriel Garrido
           1610 Vespers in Eurotournee with Gabriel Garrido also with Kenneth Slowick and the Oberlin Festival, and others in Los  
                   Angeles, Haarlem, and Dordrecht.
            Pacelli/Monteverdi/Lasso/d’India: Italian/Polish Sacred Concerts: music dir. of the Pacelli Project on Italy tour
Pacelli/Zielenski/Marenzio/Lasso: Easter Vespers at the Polish Royal Chapel: artistic director and soloist Cappella Confluentes,    
                   recording and performances in Utrecht, Berlin, Zwickau, Koblenz
Peri/d’India/Monteverdi et al.  Orfeo son io.  solo recital in the Heinrich Schützhaus in Bad Köstritz
Rossini: Petit Messe Sollenelle.  Ensemble Morgenster (Sebastian Holz: Utrecht)
Schmelzer: Auferstehungshistoria: EVANGELIST: Waldheim Domkirche (Rene Röder)
Schütz:  Musikalische Exequien with Nederlands Cantorij (Martin Kooy: Utrecht) and Waldheim
Schütz/Schein/Scheidt/Prætorius: Ascension Vespers: Berlin Sophienkirche
Zelenka: Lamentationes .  Ensemble Morgenster (Sebastian Holz: Utrecht)
 
MEDIÆVAL concerts: Vox Nostra (Berlin), Fata Organa (Amsterdam), Candace Smith & Phoebe Jevtovic
 
GREGORIAN CHANT concerts and liturgies: Hartkeriana (Amsterdam), Schola Cantorum Amsterdam, and the Art Monastery in Watou (BE), Ravenstein (NL), Besançon, Montfoucon, Genova, Orvieto,
 
CHORAL AFFILIATIONS:  Capella Amsterdam (Daniel Reuss), Ensemble Elyma/Coro Madrigalia (Gabriel Garrido),  L. A. Master Choral (Paul Salamunovich),  Santa Cruz Choral (Paul Vorwerk)
 
OPERA/MUSIK-THEATER:
Cage: Complete Songbooks and Nussbaum:  Orpheusarchipel and Theater Bielefeld            
Handel: Acis and Galatea (ACIS). Haarlem & Amsterdam: Opera Noord-Holland Noord           
Lowenstein: Hearts in Need of Mending (PERRY).  Getty Center, Los Angeles (World Premiere)           
Monteverdi: Orfeo (SPIRITO) in Lyon, Utrecht, San Sebastian, Vigo, Perigueux and Aliotti: Sansone (SANSONE) at Sarrebourg Festival    
                    with Gabriel Garrido and Ensemble Elyma     
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (TAMINO)  Moorpark Opera, California.
Purcell/Gomez-Peña: LA Indian Queen and Janacek: From the House of the DeadLong Beach Opera.
Zappa: 200 Motels (COWBOY BURT). w/Cappella Amsterdam and Nederlands Philharmonic, Holland Festival
 
EDUCATION:
1986-90 BA in Anthropology at Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
1991-93 MA in Interdisciplinary Arts (incl. directing for film, theatre, TV) Ball State University, Muncie, IN. 
1993-97 MFA in Opera Directing & Voice Performance at California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA
1998-99 Beebe Foundation Fellowship to study voice in Amsterdam with Max von Egmond & Peter Kooy
 

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