Philip McCown
(He/Him) Alabama and Atlanta based singer and conductor. Currently a DMA Student at The University of Alabama, Chorus Master for Druid City Opera, and Chorister at The Atlanta Opera. 
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Philip McCown

Philip, tenor, is an Alabama and Atlanta based singer and choral conductor. He holds an undergraduate degree from Auburn University where he studied with Dr. Matthew Hoch, and a masters degree from Indiana University, where he studied with Peter Volpe. 

Philip has has performed a vast span of repertoire. At Indiana University he performed the roles of Ralph Rackstraw (HMS Pinafore), Bardolph (Falstaff), and Laurie (Little Women). During his time at Auburn University he sang the roles of Aeneas (Dido and Aeneas), Eisenstein (Die Fledermaus), and Count Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro). Philip made his professional debut at The Atlanta Opera this past season performing the choruses for Madama Butterfly and Don Giovanni. In May, he made his main-stage debut as Dr. Blind in Opera Huntsville’s production of Die Fledermaus. Philip will begin his study at The University of Alabama this fall pursuing a Doctorate in Vocal Performance studying with Dr. David Tayloe, and a secondary in Choral Conducting with Dr. Morgan Luttig. Philip has already made his University of Alabama Opera Theatre debut this past season as a guest artitst singing Gherardo in Gianni Schicchi. This upcoming season at Alabama  Philip will be singing the roles of Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni), King Kaspar (Amahl and the Night Visitors), and Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore). In addition to opera, Philip  enjoys singing concert works and has been featured as a Soloist in Franz Joseph Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Handel’s Messiah, and Charles Wood’s Saint Mark Passion

Philip is equally at home on the podium as well as the stage. He has served at Assistant Conductor for the Auburn University Men’s Chorus and Director of the Schola Cantorum at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Auburn, AL. He has prepared choruses for operas and master works such as: Handel's Messiah, Viviald's Gloria, Rutter's Gloria, Verdi's RequiemLucia di Lammermoor, and Rigoletto. Philip currently serves as Chorus Master for The Druid City Opera in Tuscaloosa, AL. 





Druid City Opera

2023 - Present
Tuscaloosa, AL, USA

Chorus Master

2023 - Present

Assistant Chorus Master

2023 - 2023

The Atlanta Opera

2022 - Present
Atlanta, GA


2022 - Present




Special Skill

Choral Conductor