John Buffett


John Buffett
Voice Instrument: Baritone

Baritone John Buffett’s solo engagements for the 23/24 season are highlighted by performances of Bach’s St. John and St. Matthew Passions, Handel’s Messiah and music of D’India, Monteverdi and Scarlatti with the Cal Poly Bach Festival, the New West Symphony, Messiah Festival of the Arts (Kansas), Musica Angelica, Bach Collegium San Diego, Tesserae Baroque, and Seraphic Fire.

Buffett has been a featured soloist with the Pacific Symphony, the Utah, San Antonio, Winston-Salem, Flagstaff, and Syracuse Symphonies, The Mark Morris Dance Group, The Pacific Chorale, the Rochester Philharmonic, and at the Tanglewood, Aspen, and the Mostly Mozart (Lincoln Center) music festivals. He has also been a featured performer with many leading Early Music Ensembles including: Apollo’s Fire, Ars Lyrica, Bach Collegium San Diego, The Boston Early Music Festival, Con Gioia, The Charlotte Bach Academy, The Oregon Bach Festival, Musica Angelica and Tesserae Baroque.

Buffett, currently on voice faculty at UCLA, CSU Long Beach, and for the Professional Choral Institute at the Aspen Music Festival, received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Eastman School of Music.