Baritone, Reginald Pindell is a versatile artist who represents a broad and diverse repertoire that ranges from standard classical to popular works. He has performed as soloist with the orchestras of Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Cincinnati, and has worked with conductors that include , Robert Shaw, David Zinman, Sarah Caldwell, Peter Nero, and Erich Kunzel. He has sung with the Houston Grand Opera and New York City Opera and has sung internationally in Bermuda, France, Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg Russia, Italy, China and Japan.
Past season highlights include performances: "The Eternal Road" by Kurt Weill with the American Symphony Orchestra at Lincoln Center, New York City Center's Encore Series production and recording of "St. Louis Woman," Porgy and Bess concert version at the 2002 Beijing International Music Festival and soloist with New York Choral artist at Notre dame cathedral in Paris. He is also featured on the recording of Kurt Weill’s "Lost in the Stars" with Julius Rudel conducting.
He is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of Music and The Curtis Institute of Music. He has taught at the Morgan State University and presently is on the faculty of the University of the Arts and The Settlement Music School in Philadelphia.
Class Schedule, Fall 2015
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