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Ricard Bordas

Assistant Professor of Music

Charleston Southern University

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Charleston Southern University

9200 University Blvd.

Charleston, South Carolina,29423

United States

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Director of Choral Music

First Scots Presbyterian Church


Affiliations

Camerata Hispánica of London

Founder


Education

master classes

Royal Academy of Music


master classes

Trinity College of Music


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First (Scots) Presbyterian Church / Our Church / Church Staff

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Ricard Bordas
Director of Choral Music Ricard conducts the adult Kirk Choir and the Kirk Choristers He was in Barcelona, Spain, countertenor/conductor Ricard Bordas graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London. Since the age of seventeen, Ricard has conducted various choirs and chamber groups in Spain and Britain, and at nineteen he served as assistant to conductor Simon Johnson with the National Catalan choir, Orfeo Català of Barcelona, preparing major oratorio works and traveling extensively in Europe. Since arriving in the USA, Ricard has conducted Bizet's Carmen, Bach's St. John Passion, Händel's Messiah, Vivaldi's Gloria and Magnificat, Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on Christmas Carols, Saint-Saëns Christmas Oratorio, and many other major choral works. In London Mr. Bordas was conductor/singer with the Camerata Hispánica. Ricard has performed in both opera and concert with conductors such as Muti, Frühbeck de Burgos, Jacobs, Christophers, and Stahl, and has performed at La Scala in Milan, Netherlands Opera, Royal Albert Hall, and Spanish National Concert Hall. He has performed in international music festivals in fourteen countries in Europe and America such as Boston, The London Proms, Dresden, and Amsterdam. Mr. Bordas has recorded for the labels DHS, United, Verany, Discantus, and CPO. His last recording, the opera Psyche by Lully, was nominated for a 2009 Grammy. Ricard also serves as Assistant Professor of Music at Charleston Southern University, and voice faculty at the International Baroque Institute in Cambridge, MA. Ricard has offered master classes at the Royal Academy of Music and the Trinity College of Music in London, and at the Barcelona Conservatory. He recently adjudicated the David Adams Art Song competition in New York. Ricard is married to soprano Margaret Cook, and they have a son, Mateu. Ricard enjoys watching and playing soccer, train modelism, architecture, and playing with his son Mateu.


Ricard Bordas

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Ricard BordasRicard BordaslogoRicard Bordas - CountertenorPhoto of Ricard BordasdiamondBorn in Barcelona, award-winning countertenor/conductor Ricard Bordas graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London and in 1999 was appointmented an Associate by the Royal Academy.At RAM, he studied voice with Charles Brett and Paul Esswood.As one of the leading countertenors of his generation, Ricard Bordas has performed in fourteen countries in concert and opera with many distinguished conductors among them Riccardo Muti, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, René Jacobs, Harry Christophers, Christoph Rousset, Christopher Hogwood, and Philippe Herreveghe.Mr. Bordas has sung many leading roles including Mitridate in Scarlatti's Il Mitridate EupatoreMr. Bordas has worked with many illustrious stage directors such as Jonathan Miller, Pierre Audi, Pet Helman, Gilbert Blin, and Jean-Louis Martinotti.In recordings, Mr. Bordas can be heard on the Verany, Discantus and DHM labels as well as on numerous radio and television broadcasts in the US, Britain, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, Sweden and Mexico.Mr. Bordas has taught at the Royal Academy of Music in London, the Trinity College of Music in London, the Barcelona Conservatory, the College of Charleston and Charleston Southern University and recently at the International Baroque Institute at Longy."Ricard Bordas cut an impressively dignified figure and showed a well-focused technique." "Ricard Bordas' burnished counter-tenor is a thrilling instrument, strong and even across the range, which he deploys with an innate musicality, profoundly moving." "Otto was sang in florid countertenor by Ricard Bordas" "Ricard Bordas, cut an impressively dignified figure" "Bach's genius,was movingly delineated in the arias for counter-tenor (Ricard Bordas)" ["The title role is sung by Ricard Bordas from Barcelona, a Countertenor who proves that Spain has an absolutely international reputation even in this offshoot of tenor voice."] ["Here in the city of Kassel, Ricard Bordas performs this role with Bravura."]Photo of Ricard BordasMr. Bordas as Feraspe in Cesti's L'ArgiaPhoto of Ricard BordasMr. Bordas as Achill in Schultz's Achill unter den MadchenPhoto of Ricard BordasMr. Bordas as Siroe in Händel's SiroeGo to Ricard Bordas' Conductor Page


Bach Society of Charleston Inaugural Event | CharlestonToday

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THE BEAUTIFUL ACOUSTIC of First (Scots) Presbyterian Church will be the place to hear the subtle nuances of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, played on period instruments and sung by one of Charleston's favorite duos: Margaret Kelly Cook, soprano, and Ricard Bordas, countertenor.
The challenge for Artistic Director Ricard Bordas was to narrow Bach's vast body of compositions to a program of eight works that showcase Bach's great contribution to the world of music, as well as to feature the talents of the performing artists. Ricard Bordas, Artistic Director Ricard Bordas, Artistic Director Mr. Bordas and Ms. Cook, who are regular performers in the Early Music Series of Piccolo Spoleto, have a wide following in Charleston. Mr. Bordas is on the faculty of Charleston Southern University and is director of the Charleston Men's Chorus and the Kirk Choir of First (Scots) Presbyterian Church. Tags: Bach Society of Charleston, Chloe Fedor, Margaret Kelly Cook, Murray Somerville, Ricard Bordas, Shirley Hunt


Chorus Director |

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Ricard Bordas - Chorus Director
Born in Barcelona, Spain, countertenor/conductor Ricard Bordas graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London winning several awards including the prestigious Associate of the Royal Academy or ARAM. Since the age of seventeen, Ricard Bordas has conducted various choirs and chamber groups in Spain and Britain, and at nineteen he served as assistant to conductor Simon Johnson with the National Catalan choir Orfeo Català of Barcelona preparing major oratorio works and traveling extensively in Europe. Since arriving in the USA, Mr. Bordas has conducted Bizet's Carmen, Bach's St. John Passion, Händel's Messiah, Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna, Vivaldi's Gloria and Magnificat, Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on Christmas Carol, Saint-Saëns Christmas Oratorio, and many other major choral works. In London Mr. Bordas was conductor/singer with the Camerata Hispánica. His recoding of Cererols' Missa Defunctorum for the BBC earned a spot in the "BBC Pick of the week" program. As a soloist Mr. Bordas has performed both in opera and concert with conductors such as Muti, Frühbeck de Burgos, Jacobs, Rousset, Christophers, and Stahl, and has performed at La Scala in Milan, Netherlands Opera, Royal Albert Hall, Barbican Hall in London, and Spanish National Concert Hall. He has performed in international music festivals in fourteen countries in Europe and America such as Boston, The London Proms, Dresden, Halle, Schwetzingen, Barcelona, Granada and Amsterdam. Mr. Bordas has recorded for the labels DHS, United, Verany, Discantus, and CPO. His last recording of the opera Psyche by Lully was nominated for the 2009 Grammy awards. Ricard Bordas is choirmaster at First (Scots) Presbyterian Church, assistant professor of music at Charleston Southern University where he teaches voice and conducts the male chorale Singing Buccaneers, and also is voice faculty at the International Baroque Institute at Longy in Cambridge,MA. Mr. Bordas has offered master classes at the Royal Academy of Music and the Trinity College of Music in London, and at the Barcelona Conservatory. He recently adjudicated the David Adams Art Song competition in New York. Ricard Bordas is married to soprano Margaret Cook, and has a son named Mateu.


The Charleston Men's Chorus

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Born in Barcelona, Spain, countertenor/conductor Ricard Bordas graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London winning several awards including the prestigious Associate of the Royal Academy or ARAM.
Since the age of seventeen, Ricard Bordas has conducted various choirs and chamber groups in Spain and Britain, and at nineteen he served as assistant to conductor Simon Johnson with the National Catalan choir Orfeo Català of Barcelona preparing major oratorio works and traveling extensively in Europe. Since arriving in the USA, Mr. Bordas has conducted Bizet's Carmen, Bach's St. John Passion, Händel's Messiah, Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna, Vivaldi's Gloria and Magnificat, Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on Christmas Carol, Saint-Saëns Christmas Oratorio, and many other major choral works. In London Mr. Bordas was conductor/singer with the Camerata Hispánica. His recoding of Cererols' Missa Defunctorum for the BBC earned a spot in the "BBC Pick of the week" program. As a soloist Mr. Bordas has performed both in opera and concert with conductors such as Muti, Frühbeck de Burgos, Jacobs, Rousset, Christophers, and Stahl, and has performed at La Scala in Milan, Netherlands Opera, Royal Albert Hall, Barbican Hall in London, and Spanish National Concert Hall. He has performed in international music festivals in fourteen countries in Europe and America such as Boston, The London Proms, Dresden, Halle, Schwetzingen, Barcelona, Granada and Amsterdam. Mr. Bordas has recorded for the labels DHS, United, Verany, Discantus, and CPO. His last recording of the opera Psyche by Lully was nominated for the 2009 Grammy awards. Ricard Bordas is choirmaster at First (Scots) Presbyterian Church, assistant professor of music at Charleston Southern University where he teaches voice and conducts the male chorale Singing Buccaneers, and also is voice faculty at the International Baroque Institute at Longy in Cambridge,MA. Mr. Bordas has offered master classes at the Royal Academy of Music and the Trinity College of Music in London, and at the Barcelona Conservatory. He recently adjudicated the David Adams Art Song competition in New York. Ricard Bordas is married to soprano Margaret Cook, and has a six year old son named Mateu.


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