"Sonorous" (Opera News) baritone, Harrison Hintzsche, is a rising recitalist, concert singer, and ensemble musician, and has been praised for his warm lyric tone, musical subtlety, and dedication to text. Harrison's passion for song repertoire took him to London's Wigmore Hall in 2018, where he made his international debut with pianist Graham Johnson as a part of Johnson's recital series, "Franz Schubert: The Complete Songs." He placed first in the Edvard Grieg Society of Minnesota's 2018 Voice Competition, and was the first-ever recipient of the William H. Halverson Award in recognition for his interpretation and performance of Grieg's music. He is currently pursuing an M.M. in Early Music Voice at Yale University, where he recently had the opportunity to perform Handel's Alexander's Feast and Bach's cantatas 13 and 156 with Masaaki Suzuki. He holds a B.M. from St. Olaf College, and is a native of DeKalb, Illinois.