Bass/Baritone and pianist based in York and London.
Jack Comerford is a Choral Scholar at York Minster and in his last year of a bachelor of arts degree in Music at the University of York, where he studies singing with Alexander Ashworth (ARAM). Jack sings under the batons of many well respected conductors including Robert Hollingworth, Harry Christophers and Peter Seymour. Jack is also an alumnus of The Sixteen’s prestigious training scheme: Genesis Sixteen. Recent engagements have included a recital with Emma Kirkby on the lute songs of Dowland, Fauré’s Requiem with The Sixteen and Bach’s St Matthew Passion with Yorkshire Baroque Soloists, where he sang the role of Pilate alongside Nicholas Mulroy and Matthew Brook. Jack has also taken part in masterclasses with Iestyn Davies, Mary King and vocal ensemble I Fagiolini. Some of Jack’s recordings include works by Roger Marsh with The Hilliard Ensemble, discs with the Choir of York Minster and Les Cantiques des Cantiques with I Fagiolini. Jack is also an accomplished pianist and is working towards a second diploma currently focusing on Bach’s Goldberg Variations and The Well-Tempered Clavier. He teaches singing and piano regularly in York and enjoys accompanying fellow students in recitals. Other interests include the debate surrounding musical performance in Islam as well as its culture and religion. He studies Arabic privately with Dr Saudi Sadiq and has just finished a dissertation on the recitation of the Qur’an.
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