Since moving to Baltimore in 2016, Ross Tamaccio
has enjoyed an emerging career as a solo and ensemble singer throughout the Maryland/DC area. He is a well-known soloist with Baltimore Choral Arts Society, the Central Maryland Chorale, Bach in Baltimore, and Maryland Choral Society. As a highly sought-after professional chorister, Ross performs with Oregon Bach Festival’s Berwick Chorus, The Thirteen Choir, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington National Cathedral, Baltimore Concert Opera, The Bridge Ensemble, and has performed frequently with the National Symphony and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Highlights from recent seasons include the world
premiere of Peter Latona’s The Saint’s Triumphant with the National Shrine Choir, the east coast premiere of Jake Heggie’s Out of Darkness, Handel’s Messiah with Handel and Haydn Society, Durufle Requiem with the Thirteen Choir, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass with Truro Anglican Choir, Brahms Requiem with Maryland Choral Society, and the bass solos from Charpentier’s Mass for Eight Voices with the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute.
Ross is also staff voice teacher for Dematha Catholic
High School in Hyattsville, Maryland and Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Maryland. He is a graduate of Shepherd University and the Peabody Conservatory
where he studied with Stanley Cornett.