Mark Bleeke recently sang Kurt Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins with The National Symphony at The Kennedy Center as well as with The BBC Symphony Orchestra in London, The Detroit Symphony, and The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Bleeke is a 2016 Juno award recipient for his recording with L’Harmonie des Saison’s Las Ciudades de Oro on ATMA Classique. Other recent engagements include the role of Monostatos in Clarion’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Stephen Albert’s Distant Hills Coming Nigh, with The 21st Century Consort, and with The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, he sang the title role in their production of The Fall of the House of Usher (Phillip Glass). This season Mr. Bleeke will join L’Harmonie des Saison in Montreal and at the Regensberg Festival for Las Ciudades de Oro. In addition he will sing Kurt Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins with The Toledo and El Paso Symphonies. Among Mr. Bleeke’s recordings are Dave Brubeck’s To Hope: A Celebration on Telarc Records; Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610, Musical Heritage Society; Bach’s St. John Passion (Evangelist), Pro Gloria Musicae (Milnes); 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 (Kurt Masur); the title role in Handel’s Acis and Galatea with both Les Boreades on Atma Classique (Milnes); and Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra (Martin Haselboeck), as well as numerous recordings with Hudson Shad.