Professional Bio

  • D.M.A., Vocal Performance and Pedagogy, University of Colorado
  • M.M., Vocal Performance, Indiana University
  • Bs.Ed, Vocal Music Education, Northwest Missouri State University

Lyric baritone Dr. Adam Ewing teaches Applied Voice and accompanies the Concert Choir at Regis University. A regular performer in the Denver/Boulder area, he has sung with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Music Festival, Colorado MahlerFest, Boulder Bach Festival, Denver Early Music Consort, and Loveland Opera, among others. His stage credits include Major General Stanley (Pirates of Penzance), Schaunard (La Boheme), John Brooke (Little Women), Gianni Schicchi, and the Celebrant (Bernstein’s Mass). He has been a private voice instructor, pianist, and coach for the past 10 years, and has served as vocal coach for productions with the Colorado Music Festival and the CU department of Theatre and Dance. In addition to dramatic works, Dr. Ewing is an avid performer of art song. He attended the Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar, where he studied contemporary American song with Stephanie Blythe and Alan Smith, as well as the Vancouver International Song Institute. In 2017, he will record an album of songs by Colorado composer Bob Spillman.

Community Service & Involvement

Dr. Ewing is the music director at Sacred Heart of Jesus church in Boulder. He is a member of Colorado Opera on Tap, a group of performers dedicated to singing classical vocal music in unusual performance spaces. He is also a signer with Central City Opera’s Education and Community Engagement ensemble, where he often joins Inside the Orchestra to bring operatic and orchestral music to elementary school students.