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Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen

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  • Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen is an acclaimed American countertenor known for his captivating voice and impressive stage presence. Born in 1994 in New York City, he developed an early passion for music, initially studying piano and violin before discovering his talent for singing. Cohen pursued vocal training at Princeton University, where he earned his degree in 2015. He made a significant mark in the opera world as a winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in 2017, a prestigious competition that has launched many successful opera careers. Cohen's voice, characterized by its rich, warm timbre and exceptional range, has garnered widespread acclaim and numerous awards, including the Richard Tucker Music Foundation's Sara Tucker Study Grant and the Sullivan Foundation Award.

    Cohen has performed with leading opera companies and orchestras, including the San Francisco Opera, Houston Grand Opera, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. His roles have spanned a diverse repertoire, from Baroque to contemporary works. Notable performances include Ottone in Handel's "Agrippina," Medoro in Handel's "Orlando," and David in Handel's "Saul." Beyond the opera stage, Cohen is a passionate advocate for music education and frequently engages in outreach programs to inspire young musicians. His dedication to his craft and ability to connect with audiences have established him as a rising star in the classical music world. With a rapidly growing career, Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen continues to captivate and inspire audiences worldwide.

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