Baritone Philip Cutlip’s recent and upcoming engagements include Messiah with Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio with North Carolina Symphony, the title role in Le nozze di Figaro with Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Stanley in Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire with Opera Grand Rapids, the title role in Don Giovanni with Toledo Opera; Carmina Burana with the Fort Worth and Toledo Symphony Orchestras; and Britten’s War Requiem for the American Choral Directors Association. He makes his Music of the Baroque debut in March 2014.
Other highlights include Aeneas in Dido and Aeneas with Mark Morris Dance Group for Cal Performances; Guglielmo in Così fan tutte with New York City Opera; Handel’s Alexander’s Feast with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra; Brahms’s German Requiem with Spokane Symphony; Splendiano in Bizet’s Djamileh with American Symphony Orchestra; Haydn’s The Seasons with St. Paul Chamber Orchestra; the title role in Glass’ Orphée with Glimmerglass and Portland operas (recorded for Orange Mountain Music); Zurga in Les pêcheurs de perles with Minnesota Opera; Ariodate in Serse with Houston Grand Opera; and Maurice Bendix in The End of the Affair with Seattle Opera.
Appearances on the concert stage include Bach cantatas with Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century (at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw), de Falla’s Suite from Atlantida with Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dvořák’s Te Deum and excerpts from Jacobin with Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with the Philadelphia Orchestra, under Charles Dutoit. His performance as Joseph de Rocher in Heggie’s Dead Man Walking was released on Virgin Records.