Charles Wesley Evans
“An elegant, mellifluous and expressive baritone” (New York Times), Charles Wesley Evans has been applauded by The Miami Herald as “the peak of the night’s solo work” and “a warm, strong baritone” by the Washington Post. Charles began singing professionally as a chorister at The American Boychoir School in Princeton, New Jersey where he toured nationally and internationally, singing under the batons of notable conductors, John Williams, Zubin Mehta, James Levine, Kurt Masur, Vladimir Spivakov and Lorin Maazel. Mr. Evans maintains an active career as a concert soloist and professional choral singer and has recently made his Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall debuts. His singing has been heard on a variety of broadcast throughout the United States and recorded on a number of notable recording labels. Mr. Evans holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Brewton-Parker College in Mt. Vernon, GA with further study at the Boston Conservatory of Music and Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Charles is currently on the voice faculty at the University of Tampa.