Described as remarkably virtuosic by the Columbus Republic and transcendent by the Daytona Beach News Journal, tenor and conductor Aaron Humble originally hails from Northeast Ohio. During his tenure with Cantus, Aaron sang more than 800 concerts and recorded 10 albums with one of the nation’s premier vocal ensembles and enjoyed solo appearances with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and the Boston Pops and concert appearances at the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, The Library of Congress, Wolf Trap, and The Chautauqua Institute. Aaron has recently sung as a soloist and ensemble singer with the Grammy-nominated South Dakota Chorale, Tucson’s Grammy-nominated True Concord Voices, and Orchestra, and the Santa Fe Desert Chorale while also remaining active regionally and nationally as a soloist in recital and oratorio. An Assistant Professor of Voice and Choir at Minnesota State University, Mankato, Aaron is also the Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Apollo Club in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A Graduate of Millikin University, Aaron holds the Doctor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Literature from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. As Aaron directs his focus toward teaching, he continues to perform as a recital and concert singer, and conductor as well as maintaining his work as a clinician in a variety of vocal and choral settings. An avid gardener and home improvement devotee, Aaron splits his time between Mankato and Minneapolis where his husband Xu and their two cats, Chopstick and Toothpick currently reside. For more information, please visit www.aaronhumble.com.
Kurt Weill, Seven Deadly Sins (excerpt)