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Background Information

Employment History

Columbia Orchestra


Very First Scholar Artist

Marian Anderson Historical Society Inc


Affiliations

Hines-Lee Opera Ensemble

Chairman and Executive Committee Member


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

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Issachah Savage, Tenor


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


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

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Issachah Savage, Tenor


Issachah Savage | Sun Valley Summer Symphony

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Issachah Savage
Dramatic tenor Issachah Savage is garnering acclaim as a "heldentenor par excellence" with "trumpet-like, clear, open-throated, powerful" singing (San Francisco Examiner). Praised for his "impressive natural instrument" (Opera News), Mr. Savage is the winner of the 2014 Seattle International Wagner Competition earning the main prize, audience favorite prize, orchestra favorite prize, and a special honor by Speight Jenkins. Issachah Savage made his role debut in Verdi's Otello with Marco Parisotto conducting Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco. He also made his Los Angeles Opera debut as Narraboth in Salome conducted by James Conlon and was heard with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in Kurt Weill's Lost in the Stars. On the concert stage, he sings Verdi's Messa da Requiem with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl and will be heard in recital at Toronto Women's Musical Club. Additionally, he will sing Act 3 of Rossini's Otello with the American Symphony Orchestra at Bard SummerScape. In the 2015 - 2016 season, Issachah Savage madehis role debut in the title role of Rienzi with the National Philharmonic at Strathmore Hall. He also debuted at Austin Lyric Opera as Radames in Aida and with the San Antonio Symphony as Manrico in Il trovatore under Sebastian Lang-Lessing. In addition, he sang Verdi's Requiem with the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Boston Philharmonic. Mr. Savage made his Metropolitan Opera debut as Don Riccardo in Verdi's Ernani under James Levine in the 2014 - 2015 season. In the 2013 - 2014, season, Issachah Savage made his Houston Grand Opera debut as Radames in Aida opposite Liudmyla Monastyrksa and Dolora Zajick, for which Opera Warhorses declared, "The performances of Monastyrska and Savage were brilliant examples that Verdian voices continue to be produced. In the 2013 - 2014, season, Issachah Savage made his Houston Grand Opera debut as Radames in Aida opposite Liudmyla Monastyrksa and Dolora Zajick, for which Opera Warhorses declared, "The performances of Monastyrska and Savage were brilliant examples that Verdian voices continue to be produced. In the summer of 2013, Mr. Savage participated in San Francisco Opera's Merola Program for gifted young singers singing the finale to Wagner's Lohengrin at the Merola Grand Finale concert. Writing of his performances of the last act of Otello in the Schwabacher Summer Concert series, the San Francisco Chronicle stated, "From his opening notes - impeccably shaded and coiled with repressed fury - to the opera's final explosion of grief and shame, Savage sang with a combination of power and finesse that is rare to observe." With a sound that shines in Verdi and Wagner, Mr. Savage has participated in a number of programs designed for young artists with powerful voices including Evelyn Lear and Thomas Stewart Emerging Singers Program, Dolora Zajick's Institute for Young Dramatic Voices where he performed scenes from Otello and ACMA's Wagner Theater program where he performed scenes from Die Walküre, Parsifal and Samson et Dalila. Acclaimed for a voice with both dramatic and lyrical qualities, Mr. Savage excels on the concert stage and has performed with many notable conductors and ensembles. In addition to those mentioned above, he has performed Verdi's Messa da Requiem with the Flint Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle with the New Dominion Chorale, Mendelsohn's Elijah with One Voice Chorale and Puccini's Messa di Gloria with Morgan State University. In addition to his 2012 grand prize with the Marcello Giordani International Competition, Issachah has received a number of prestigious awards, recognition and career grants from institutions such as Wagner Societies of New York, Washington, D. C., and Northern California, Licia Albanese International Puccini Foundation, Olga Forrai Foundation, Gerda Lissner Foundation, Jensen Vocal Competition, Opera Index, and Giulio Gari Foundation. The tenor's special talents were recognized early on by the Marian Anderson Society of Philadelphia, where he honored as its very first Scholar Artist and then again in 2009 as a prize winner in their Classical Icon competition. He has received two first places prizes in the esteemed Liederkranz Foundation competition, most recently in the 2012 Wagner Division and for General Opera in 2009. Born into a musical and religious family in the Philadelphia area, Issachah vividly remembers his first public performance - in church at age 5.


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Issachah Savage
Columbia Artists Management Inc. — Issachah Savage Columbia Artists Management Inc. Issachah Savage Issachah Savage From his opening notes - impeccably shaded and coiled with repressed fury - to the opera's final explosion of grief and shame, Savage sang with a combination of power and finesse that is rare to observe. The only disappointment was that we didn't get to hear more from him - though that will surely be corrected soon. —Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle, July 2013 - Merola Grand Finale "Even larger in both voice and body, dramatic tenor Issachah Savage proved a tremendous, heroic Lohengrin. The line of his gorgeous voice in "Mein lieber Schwann" was seamless, the energy unflagging. Having previously thrilled the loyal Merola audience with his Otello in the Schwabacher Summer Concert, it is easy to imagine Savage, who also has a delightful comic sensibility, following in the footsteps of Domingo and Botha. —Jason Victor Serinus, San Francisco Classical Voice, August 2013 - Merola Grand Finale "There was an extra thrill in the final selection, most of the last two scenes of "Meistersinger," with tenor Issachah Savage singing the famous Prize Song. Savage is a Catholic University alum who's been winning competitions for a few years and singing in the Washington area as well as around the country, but I wasn't prepared for the easy, rich, warm sound that poured out of him in one of the most beautiful arias in the repertory. Praised for his "impressive natural instrument" (Opera News), Mr. Savage is the grand prize winner of the 2012 Marcello Giordani International Competition. In the 2013 - 2014, season, Issachah Savage made his Houston Grand Opera debut as Radames in Aida opposite Liudmyla Monastyrksa and Dolora Zajick, for which Opera Warhorses declared, "The performances of Monastyrska and Savage were brilliant examples that Verdian voices continue . . . to be produced. In the 2013 - 2014, season, Issachah Savage made his Houston Grand Opera debut as Radames in Aida opposite Liudmyla Monastyrksa and Dolora Zajick, for which Opera Warhorses declared, "The performances of Monastyrska and Savage were brilliant examples that Verdian voices continue . . . to be produced. In the summer of 2013, Mr. Savage participated in San Francisco Opera's Merola Program for gifted young singers singing the finale to Wagner's Lohengrin at the Merola Grand Finale concert. Writing of his performances of the last act of Otello in the Schwabacher Summer Concert series, the San Francisco Chronicle stated, "From his opening notes - impeccably shaded and coiled with repressed fury - to the opera's final explosion of grief and shame, Savage sang with a combination of power and finesse that is rare to observe." With a sound that shines in Verdi and Wagner, Mr. Savage has participated in a number of programs designed for young artists with powerful voices including Evelyn Lear and Thomas Stewart Emerging Singers Program, Dolora Zajick's Institute for Young Dramatic Voices where he performed scenes from Otello and ACMA's Wagner Theater program where he performed scenes from Die Walküre, Parsifal and Samson et Dalila. Acclaimed for a voice with both dramatic and lyrical qualities, Mr. Savage excels on the concert stage and has performed with many notable conductors and ensembles. In addition to those mentioned above, he has performed Verdi's Messa da Requiem with the Flint Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle with the New Dominion Chorale, Mendelsohn's Elijah with One Voice Chorale and Puccini's Messa di Gloria with Morgan State University. In addition to his 2012 grand prize with the Marcello Giordani International Competition, Issachah has received a number of prestigious awards, recognition and career grants from institutions such as Wagner Societies of New York, Washington, D. C., and Northern California, Licia Albanese International Puccini Foundation, Olga Forrai Foundation, Gerda Lissner Foundation, Jensen Vocal Competition, Opera Index, and Giulio Gari Foundation. The tenor's special talents were recognized early on by the Marian Anderson Society of Philadelphia, where he honored as its very first Scholar Artist and then again in 2009 as a prize winner in their Classical Icon competition. He has received two first places prizes in the esteemed Liederkranz Foundation competition, most recently in the 2012 Wagner Division and for General Opera in 2009. Born into a musical and religious family in the Philadelphia area, Issachah vividly remembers his first public performance - in church at age 5. Issachah Savage's website Related Media


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