Scott Joiner, tenor
Photo by Fay Fox
Appearing in the concert Troubled Days of Peace, performed on October 19, 2016 at Carnegie Hall.
This season Scott Joiner returns to Carnegie Hall as soloist in Howard Goodall’s Eternal Light with Distinguished Concerts International, appears at the National Opera Center in Victoria Bond’s Mrs. President, and in concert with the Helena Symphony and the Center for Contemporary Opera. Joiner made his San Francisco Opera debut as Dickon in the 2013 premiere of Gasser’s The Secret Garden. Recent appearances include Ivan in Giordano’s Siberia with Teatro Grattacielo, Pedrillo in Die Entführung aus dem Serail with St. Petersburg Opera, and Danceny in Dangerous Liaisons with Manhattan School of Music.
In the 2014–15 Season, Mr. Joiner created the role of Captain Scott in the world premiere of The Boston Tea Party Opera at the New York International Fringe Festival and made role debuts as Fenton in Falstaff and Pang in Turandot. His concert activity includes appearances with the Colorado Music Festival, Asheville Symphony, Greenwich Choral Society, Harrisburg Choral Society, Wintergreen Music Festival, Hendersonville Symphony, Garden State Philharmonic, and Escher String Quartet. Winner of the Heafner-Williams Competition and a Metropolitan Opera Regional Finalist, he has performed with Opera Colorado, Central City Opera, Knoxville Opera, Opera Company of Middlebury, Asheville Lyric Opera, New York City’s Center for Contemporary Opera, Cinnabar Opera Theater, Opera Company of Brooklyn, American Opera Projects, and internationally at Teatro Magnani di Fidenza.