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 Robert Pherigo

Robert Pherigo (b.1959) enjoys making music as a pianist, composer, tenor and conductor. He has accompanied numerous student and faculty recitals at Northwestern University and The Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. He has given solo recitals, performed Liszt in Paris, and is excited to be learning Olivier Messiaenís Vingt Regards sur líEnfant Jesus in time for Messiaenís centenary in 2008. As a tenor Robert recently sang in Stravinskyís ballet Renard, performed at the Schwob School of Music, Columbus, Georgia. He has sung with the Chicago Chamber Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City and for four years sang with the Lyric Opera Express, the outreach program of the Lyric Opera. For ten years he was a member of the Kansas City Chorale. While he was with the Chorale he sang the tenor solos in Handelís Messiah and Bachís Christmas Oratorio. Robert is on all five of the Choraleís Nimbus CDs and on the music of James MacMillan CD. Robertís compositions have been performed by members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Kansas City Symphony. His choral compositions have been performed by the Kansas City Chorale, The Lawrence Childrenís Choir, Leeís Summit North High Schoolís Crimson Camerata and Womenís Chorus, Shawnee Mission Eastís Concert Choir and Unity Temple on the Plazaís Chancel Choir. Occasionally Robert is called on to conduct. For three Christmas seasons he conducted Conrad Susaís The Wise Women for the Kansas City Civic Opera. He has also conducted contemporary music for newEar, Kansas Cityís only professional contemporary chamber music ensemble. Robert also is pianist for newEar and serves on itís Board of Directors.

Robert Pherigo has 1 titles published with Santa Barbara.
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Sing We Now Noel! SSA SBMP 729 Audio Audio

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Just One Step
by Daniel Brinsmead