(He/Him/His) Timothy Stoddard, native of Idaho, is an award-winning vocal musician and actor who focuses his time and interests in new music, works for the stage, and oratorio. His repertoire spans that of early music, chamber music, works of Broadway, traditional opera, and world premiere pieces, being engaged in the United States, as well as Europe and Asia.
EP Release, 2021
The American Opera Project (AOP), 2020
Tri-Cities Opera, 2020
He made his WQXR debut in 2018 singing a chiefly 20th-century English aria/theater song program on YOUNG ARTISTS SHOWCASE with Bob Sherman.
Timothy is passionate about 20th-century music and new works by living composers. He has sung the role of Izzy Wright in a virtual reality production of Sankaram's MIRANDA with Tri Cities Opera, and has premiered roles with Experiments in Opera and Rhymes with Opera. At the Lucerne Festival, he has sung as soloist in Berio’s CORO, which he has also recorded with The Norwegian Soloist Choir and Norwegian Radio Orchestra. At the Trondheim Chamber Music Festival, he sang ensemble in Saariaho’s L’AMOUR DE LOIN. He has been a resident singer of the American Opera Project's Composers & the Voice fellowship.
— Opera News