Mark Bleeke
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Tenor, Mark Bleeke recently sang a program of Charpentier with L’Harmonie des Saisons in Montreal, Kurt Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins with The Basel Symphony, Handel’s Messiah with the Apollo Chorus in Chicago, and Robert Beaser’s Songs From the Occasions at the Bowdoin Festival.

As a member of Hudson Shad, Mr. Bleeke has sung The Seven Deadly Sins with many renowned orchestras and conductors including The Chicago Symphony, The San Francisco Symphony, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Bruckner Orchestra Linz, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Montreal Symphony, Saratoga and Miyazaki Festival Orchestras, and The New York Philharmonic.

Among Mr. Bleeke’s recordings are Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610, Musical Heritage Society; Bach’s St. John Passion (Evangelist), Pro Gloria Musicae; Carmina Burana and Other Spirited Songs of the German Middle Ages, Folger Consort, (Bard); Kurt Weill’s Die Sieben Todsunden with The New York Philharmonic on Teldec; and two recordings of the title role in Handel’s Acis and Galatea with Les Boreades, (Atma Classique); and Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, (Martin Haselboeck).