Robert Honeysucker Recital
Wednesday, March 22, 7:30 pm
Salem State University Recital Hall
71 Loring Ave.
Baritone Robert Honeysucker has thrilled audiences in recital, oratorio, and opera performances both here and abroad. Honored as 1995 “Musician of the Year” by The Boston Globe critic Richard Dyer, Mr. Honeysucker has also been a winner of the National Opera Association Artists Competition and a recipient of the New England Opera Club Jacopo Peri Award.
He has delighted audiences in performances of over 40 opera roles, singing with opera companies across the United States, Europe and Australia. His concert career has also taken him to venues around the world. He made his London recital debut in 2009 performing songs of Charles Griffes, followed by his Tokyo recital debut, singing works by American composers. He has appeared as a soloist with the Handel and Haydn Society, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Utah Symphony and Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Tokyo Philharmonic, the Telemann Chamber Orchestra, among others.
Mr. Honeysucker is a member of Videmus, as well as member and co-founder of the Jubilee Trio, which presents American art songs, including those of under-performed African American composers. His discography includes performances on five Videmus discs: Music of William Grant Still (New World), Watch and Pray (Koch International), More Still (Cambria), Highway 1, USA (William Grant Still, released by Albany Records), and Good News (Videmus Records). He is also featured on a CD recently released by the Jubilee Trio titled Let’s Have a Union (Brave Records). Honeysucker is also featured on the Centaur, Ongaku, and Titanic labels.
$15 general admission, $10 students and seniors
Free with Salem State student ID
Purchase tickets online at salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365