Craig Hanson, tenor
Craig Hanson is heard widely in recital, oratorio, chamber opera and contemporary music programs. He holds a Masters degree from New England Conservatory where he studied with tenor, Ray DeVoll and conducting with Tamara Brooks. From Longy School of Music he was awarded a performance diploma in Opera. There, he studied voice with Donna Roll and Robert Honeysucker. He was a participant in Tanglewood Music Center's vocal program in the summer of 1993. He has performed with the Neponset Choral Society, the Concord Chorus, the Masterworks Chorale, the Paul Madore Chorale and the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition he has been a featured soloist with the Boston Bach Ensemble, the Providence Singers, the Seraphim Singers, the Longy Chamber Orchestra, the Fine Arts Chorale, Chorus Pro Musica, and the Orianna Consort.
In Europe, he has appeared on Italian national television performing with Opera Lirica a Orvieto in Porto Ercole. He has sung with Boston Lyric Opera, the Royal Victorian Opera Company, Salisbury Lyric Opera, and MIT's Gilbert and Sullivan Players. In January 1999 Mr. Hanson made his debut in the premiere recording of Douglas Allanbrook's opera Ethan Frome with Eliot House Opera.