Will Doreza is a baritone with experience as both concert soloist and ensemble musician. A recent graduate of the Yale Institute of Sacred Music program in Early Music, Oratorio and Chamber Music, Will has performed as a soloist and member of the Yale Schola Cantorum, with conductors such as Masaaki Suzuki, Simon Carrington, Nic McGegan, and Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Festival highlights include the Bachfest Leipzig in a performance of Mendelssoh’s Elijah with the Bach Collegium Japan, the Staunton Music Festival, premieres at the Hartford Women Composers Festival, several performances in the Spoleto Festival USA with the Westminster Choir, and the Uncommon Music Festival in Sitka, Alaska. Recent and upcoming engagements include projects with The Crossing, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, the New York Philharmonic, and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Will is also a trained pianist, conductor, and coach.