Ian Hosack

Ian Hosack

Baritone Ian Hosack originally hails from North Palm Beach Florida, where he began his singing career with the Palm Beach Opera.  Now based in Chicago, he holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Chicago College of the Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. Since moving to the Chicago area, he has become an active recitalist with VOX 3 Collective and the Aestas Consort, and a frequent concert soloist and ensemble member. In past seasons, he has appeared at the Mittelsächsiches Theater of Freiberg Germany as a Young Artist, performed in the American premiere of Carl Nielsen’s Maskarade, and been heard as Zuniga and Dancaïre in a live radio broadcast of Carmen with /kor/ productions. Earlier in 2016, he appeared as Plutone in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo with DePaul Opera Theater.  Ian is a roster member of Thompson Street Opera Company, and has appeared in the company’s productions of The Mouse Deer and the Crocodile, Cosmic Ray and the Amazing Chris, Intoxication: America’s Love Affair with Oil,  and The Rootabaga Stories.   He is currently pursuing a Master of Music in Voice Performance from DePaul University in Chicago, and this fall will appear as George Jones in DePaul Opera Theater’s production of Kurt Weill’s Street Scene.