Baritone Jesse Blumberg enjoys a busy schedule of opera, concerts, and recitals, performing repertoire from the Renaissance and Baroque to the 20th and 21st centuries. His recital highlights include appearances with the Marilyn Horne Foundation and New York Festival of Song, and performances of Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise with pianist Martin Katz. Jesse has given the world premieres of Ricky Ian Gordon’s Green Sneakers, Lisa Bielawa’s The Lay of the Love and Death, Conrad Cummings’ Positions 1956, and Tom Cipullo’s Excelsior, and works closely with several other renowned composers as a member of the Mirror Visions Ensemble.Read full bio
Forgotten Voices is a song cycle commissioned by Music Kitchen–Food for the Soul, with support from Carnegie Hall, comprising works by 15 of today’s foremost composers featuring evocative and poignant texts by homeless shelter clients that have provided a profound source of inspiration and reverenceSEE album details
Jesse Blumberg and Grant Wenaus, of Mirror Visions Ensemble, perform Schubert's "Der Zwerg." April 2, 2016, Musée des arts décoratifs, Paris.
Baritone Jesse Blumberg, tenor Scott Murphree and pianist Margaret Kampmeier, of Mirror Visions Ensemble, sing a mirror vision -- two settings of the same text -- of the Herman Allmers poem.
A bit of a spitfire, a bit of a player, the woman who loves too much, and a man of power spurned in his advances. The stellar cast of the Boston Early Music Festival's new production of Campra's Le Carnaval de Venise introduce us to the intertwined journey's of their four star-crossed lovers.