Timothy Parsons is an acclaimed and GRAMMY®-nominated countertenor & choral conductor. He has travelled and performed extensively – as an ensemble & consort singer, and as soloist – in such venues as New York’s Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Alice Tully Hall, London’s St John’s Smith Square, Montreal’s Salle Bourgie, and Utrecht’s Tivoli Vredenburg. He has had the great privilege of premiering two Pulitzer-prize winning operas, Ellen Reid’s p r i s m, for LA Opera and the Prototype Festival, and Du Yun’s Angel’s Bone, for the Prototype Festival. He is a former Lay Clerk of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, and a longtime member of two GRAMMY®-nominated New York ensembles, the Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Clarion Choir. Timothy can be heard on numerous recordings, including two works by Benedict Sheehan, recordings of p r i s m and Angel’s Bone, and numerous recordings with Clarion Music Society and the Choir of Trinity Wall Street. He is an avid hiker, meditator, and vegan. He resides in Vermont, where he hopes to be bringing concerts of vocal music soon. He teaches voice and ear-training to students of all levels, coaches and teaches masterclasses with choirs as a clinician, and consults on programming and other choral concerns.