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Issachah Savage

Chairman and Executive Committee Member

Hines-Lee Opera Ensemble

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Wagner Society of New York

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· Issachah Savage, tenor, of Washington, D.C., $3,000 Ursula Springer Award
Issachah Savage , tenor, of Washington, D.C., $3,000 Ursula Springer Awardee (2012) Well- traveled throughout North America, Europe, and South Africa, Issachah Savage has sung under such respected conductors as Kurt Masur, Nathan Carter, Robert Shaw, Peter Nero, Yuri Temirkanov, Moses Hogan, James Caraher, Bobby McFerrin, Marin Alsop and Murry Sidlin. Savage has appeared as soloist in performances of the Mozart Requiem, the world premiere concert and recording of Wynton Marsalis' AllRise with the New York Philharmonic, Handel's Messiah, Mendelssohn's Elijah, I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes by Hailstork, Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, and Nathaniel Dett's TheOrdering of Moses. Issachah Savage is the first "scholar artist" of the Marian Anderson Historical Society and recently was appointed chairman and executive committee member of the Hines-Lee Opera Ensemble. Other accomplishments and awards include The Philadelphia Pro Arts Scholarship Award, the National Act-So Competition, the National Omega Psi Phi Competition, and the National Leontyne Price Vocal Arts Competition. Savage holds the honor of having performed for President Bill Clinton's presidential summit of 1997. Savage is also the award winner of the James T. Townsend Vocal Arts Award. He received the Emerging Vocal Arts Competition Award from the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Club. Issachah Savage resides in the Washington, D.C. area, where he enjoys a performing and teaching career.


Choral Arts | Press Releases

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The concert will feature acclaimed soloists Lisa Saffer, soprano; Issachah Savage, tenor; and Donnie Ray Albert, baritone; together with full chorus and orchestra conducted by Artistic Director Norman Scribner.
Known as “one of America’s most promising young talents,� Mr. Savage is an alumnus student of the late Dr. Nathan Carter from Morgan State University. Among numerous honors and awards, Mr. Savage is the first “scholar artist� of the Marian Anderson Historical Society and was recently named chairman and executive committee member of the Hines-Lee Opera Ensemble.


Marian Anderson | MarianAnderson.org | The Official Marian Anderson Website

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Issachah Savage
Issachah Savage Tenor Issachah Savage is a native of Philadelphia who is said to be "one of America's most promising young talents. He is also recognized as the "Golden Tenor. Mr. Savage is a proud alumnus of The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music at The Catholic University of America and of Morgan State University where he worked intensely with the late great, Dr. Nathan Carter. With both dramatic and lyrical qualities; Mr. Savage is taking the opera and concert stage by storm. He has proven to be equally effective in both leading and supporting roles. Most recently Issachah was seen in the role of Mark Anothony in the world primer of Leslie Savoy-Burrs' Opera, Egypt's Nights with Opera North of Philadelphia. Well traveled throughout North America, Europe, and South Africa, Mr. Savage has sung under the baton of some of the world's most respected conductors, including; Kurt Masur, Nathan Carter, Robert Shaw, Peter Nero, Yuri Temirkanov, Moses Hogan, James Caraher, Bobby McFerrin, Marin Alsop and Murry Sidlin. Mr. Savage's concert and oratorio highlights include: Mozart's Requiem, The world premiere concert and recording of Wynton Marsalis' All Rise with the New York Philharmonic; Handel's Messiah, Mendelssohn's Elijah, Hailstork's I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, and Nathaiel Dett's The Ordering of Moses all performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Savage is the first "scholar artist" of the Marian Anderson Historical Society. Other accomplishments and awards include; The Philadelphia Pro Arts Scholarship Award, The National Act-So Competition, the National Omega Psi Phi Competition, and the National Leontyne Price Vocal Arts Competition. Issachah was also a featured artist to perform for President Bill Clinton's presidential summit of 1997. Most recently, Mr. Savage was named 1st. place Winner of the National Liederkranz Competition. For his outstanding musicianship, leadership and academic achievement, Mr. Savage was inducted in; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Issachah is also the award winner of the James T. Townsend Vocal Arts Award. Issachah also received the Emerging Vocal Arts Competition Award from, The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Club. Mr. Savage resides in the Washington, DC area where he enjoys a wonderful performing and teaching career. Issachah Savage, Tenor


The Columbia Orchestra - Guest Artists

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Issachah Savage, tenorIssachah Savage, tenorDescribed as "one of America's most promising young talents", Tenor, Issachah Savage, is a native of Philadelphia who maintains an active career in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area.Mr. Savage is a graduate of Morgan State University where he studied with Betty Ridgeway and the late Dr. Nathan Carter.He has performed in concert and opera throughout North America, Europe, and South Africa.Mr. Savage has had the opportunity to sing under the baton of many respected conductors, including Kurt Masur, Robert Shaw, Yuri Temirkanov, Moses Hogan, Bobby McFerrin, Marin Alsop and Murry Sidlin.Mr. Savage is the first "scholar artist" of the Marian Anderson Historical Society and was recently appointed chairman and executive committee member of the Hines-Lee Opera Ensemble.Awards and scholarships include those from Philadelphia Pro Arts, National Act-So Competition, National Omega Psi Phi Competition, James T. Townsend Vocal Arts Award, Leontyne Price Vocal Arts Competition and the Emerging Vocal Arts Competition from the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Club.Mr. Savage also holds the distinct honor of having performed for President Bill Clinton's presidential summit of 1997.This season Mr. Savage has been heard in concert with soprano Janice Chandler at Morgan State University, in an opera gala with the Hines-Lee Opera Ensemble, as tenor soloist in Haydn's Creation with Richmond's One Voice Chorale and in Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle with the New Dominion Chorale.


Issachah Savage : Bio

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Issachah Savage
With both dramatic and lyrical qualities; Mr. Savage is taking the opera and concert stage by storm. He has proven to be equally effective in both leading and supporting roles. Well traveled throughout North America, Europe, and South Africa, Mr. Savage has sung under the baton of some of the world's most respected conductors, including; Kurt Masur, Nathan Carter, Robert Shaw, Peter Nero, Yuri Temirkanov, Moses Hogan, James Caraher, Bobby McFerrin, Marin Alsop and Murry Sidlin. Mr. Savage's concert and oratorio highlights include: Mozart's Requiem, The world premiere concert and recording of Wynton Marsalis' All Rise with the New York Philharmonic; Handel's Messiah, Mendelssohn's Elijah, Hailstork's I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, and Nathaiel Dett's The Ordering of Moses all performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Savage is the first "scholar artist" of the Marian Anderson Historical Society and most recently appointed chairman and executive committee member of the Hines-Lee Opera Ensemble. For his outstanding musicianship, leadership and academic achievement, Mr. Savage was inducted in; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Issachah is also the award winner of the James T. Townsend Vocal Arts Award. Issachah also received the Emerging Vocal Arts Competition Award from, The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Club. Mr. Savage resides in the Washington, DC area where he enjoys a wonderful performing and teaching career. Upcoming performances... Issachah Savage © 2010. All rights reserved. Powered by Wordpress.


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