Friday, November 15, 2013

Introducing Jared Schwartz

Jared Schwartz
Meet American bass-barihunk, our latest "reader submission." The Eastman School of Music graduate will be performing "Songs of Travel" with accompanist Mary Dibbern on Saturday, Dec 7th from 2:30 -3:30 PM at  Park Cities Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas. he will be performing an entire concert in English, including "Songs of Travel" by Ralph Vaughn Williams, "The Shadow of the Blues" by American composer John Musto, and excerpts from "Craigslistlieder" and "Memory Palace" by the American composer Gabriel Kahane.

Jared Schwartz & Mary Dibbern perform Bolcom's "Song of Black Max":

Schwartz is a multifacted musician, who composes, as well as plays piano, violin and French horn.  In 2011, he wrote and recorded “HOPE,” an album of his original music for which he sang and conducted the full orchestra comprised of instrumentalists from the Dallas and Fort Worth Symphonies. The following year, he won the Houston Worldfest Gold Remi award in the Music Shorts category for his original score for the film "The Sirens."

In 2011, he was selected as one of the top young voice teachers in the nation and invited to participate in the National Association of Teachers of Singing’s Intern Program.

You can follow him on social media at and on Twitter at @jaredsings.

1 comment:

  1. Jared is, indeed, a true barihunk, but more importantly, is an absolutely wonderful, talented, kind, generous, funny young guy! Let's hope that we'll be hearing (and seeing) a lot more of him soon!