Welcome
About
The Director
The Performers
Awards
Buy Tickets & Schedule
Season Tickets
Recordings
MailingList
Contact
Support
Volunteer
Gallery
Links
Acknowledgments

Cultural Arts Division Austin
This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future. Visit Austin at NowPlayingAustin.com.

Austin Community Foundation

Live here, give here!

Copyright
1999-2014
Texas Early
Music Project
 

Tom Crawford

Countertenor and Baritone

[img: Tom Crawford]Long a familiar face in Chicago’s early music community, Tom Crawford has just recently moved to Austin and is excited to be performing with TEMP. Tom is equally at home singing countertenor and baritone, and some of his recent notable performances include the role of Ixion in Haymarket Opera’s production of Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s La Déscente d’Orphée aux Enfers, which the New York Times called “finely played, carefully sung, lovingly detailed,” and two sets of performances of the Cantigas de Santa Maria with The Newberry Consort. Tom is a regular member of the acclaimed ensemble Schola Antiqua of Chicago, whose 2011 recording The Kings of Tharsis was called “a great addition to anyone’s collection…the musicality and sound are beyond question” by Early Music America. In 2010, Tom founded the vocal ensemble King Solomon’s Singers, devoted to the performance of Renaissance polyphony and chant; the ensemble will release its second recording, devoted to the music of Francisco Guerrero and Thomas Crecquillon, late this year. In his other life, Tom is an astrophysicist.


Welcome | About | The Director | The Performers | Awards
Buy Tickets & Schedule | Season Tickets | Recordings
Mailing List | Contact TEMP | Support TEMP | Volunteer
Photo Gallery | Early Music Links | Acknowledgments


For website inquiries,
contact the webscribe@early-music.org (Webscribe)
        [img: gold leaf]         Copyright © 1999-2014
Texas Early Music Project
 
Last updated:
Wed Dec 5 2012