|Baritone vocalist/ pedagogue/ clinician/ faculty member Ithaca College School of Music|
Brad Hougham is a baritone. He is a sought-after vocal pedagogue and clinician, and has served on the voice faculty at Ithaca College School of Music since 2006. He has taught voice at the Spoleto Vocal Arts Symposium in Spoleto, Italy, an international institute for vocal studies and opera performance. He has performed many roles with various companies, and sang for eight seasons in the chorus of the Metropolitan Opera, appearing in their productions of Benvenuto Cellini, Fidelio, Götterdämmerung, Lohengrin, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Moses und Aron,Oedipus Rex, Parsifal, Tannhäuser and War and Peace.
Hougham’s career has taken him to many notable venues as a soloist, including Avery Fisher Hall, Merkin Hall, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Music Center at Strathmore, and many others. He has been heard as a soloist on NPR and has made two recordings, Rossini in Venice and Soldier Stories.