Joshua Collier, hailed by the Classical Voice of North Carolina for his “Pleasing tone, and excellent command of [his] high range” is a tenor equally comfortable with the Bel Canto opera, musical theatre, art song, or oratorio
Mr. Collier relocated to the Boston area after four years of study with soprano Marilyn Taylor during his undergraduate career at the North Carolina School of the Arts, as the A. J. Fletcher Opera Scholar and performing with Piedmont Opera, the Wilmington, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro Symphonies.
Mr. Collier has earned a Masters degree in vocal performance at the New England Conservatory, under the instruction of Tenor, Bradley Williams. At NEC, he has had the privilege to work with Maestros Stephen Lord (Britten's Paul Bunyan-Directed by James Robinson) Joel Revzen (Offenbach's La Perichole), and Joseph Flummerfeldt (Mozart's Coronation Mass) as well as continuous coaching and a solo recital performance with John Moriarty.
In the summer of 2011 he had his ,International debut in Tuscany as Nemorino in Donizetti's "L'Elisir D'Amore” with the prestigious summer young artist training program “Oberlin in Italy.” His picture is featured prominently in the program’s 2012 advertisement poster, and in Classical Singer magazine. (featured above)