Mark Andrew Cleveland
Mark Andrew Cleveland, bass, has performed extensively throughout the Northeast. His credits include performances with Boston Baroque and Cantata Singers in Boston to performances with the Bethlehem Bach Choir of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and the Southwest Symphony, Florida. He has performed at Tanglewood, Ravinia, and at the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California. In addition to his frequent appearances as an oratorio soloist, Mr. Cleveland has appeared on the operatic stage in Spoleto, Italy and Charleston, S.C. with the Festivale dei Due Mondi, the June Opera Festival of New Jersey, Granite State Opera and Monadnock Festival. A respected collaborative musician, Mr. Cleveland has performed in recitals and chamber music concerts throughout New England. Recently, he toured Europe with La Donna Musicale, a Boston based chamber ensemble which specializes in the historically informed performances of women composers from the Baroque era. In addition, he has recorded with New World Records and Telarc in repertoire ranging from the Baroque to the 20th century. In addition to his frequent solo performances, Mr. Cleveland maintains an active vocal studio. His students have received top scores in NH All State auditions, been judged competition winners, and represented New Hampshire as winners of the National Music Teachers Association at District and National competitions. His students have matriculated at many prestigious colleges and conservatories including Boston Conservatory, Cincinnati Conservatory, Ithaca College, New England Conservatory, and Westminster Choir College. Mr. Cleveland teaches voice at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Phillips Exeter Academy, St. Paul’s School, and at the Concord Community Music School. A magna cum laude graduate of Westminster Choir College, Mr. Cleveland is the Director of Music at Grace Episcopal Church in Manchester, NH.