Henry Hubbard is a tenor and teacher with experience in opera, art song, and contemporary music. As a performer, Henry has portrayed over 12 operatic lead roles in the United States, Canada, and Italy. He was most recently seen performing the role of Jumper in Zach Redler’s “The Falling and the Rising.” Through the pandemic, he has continued performing at churches in the Baltimore area, as well as numerous recording projects. Henry currently serves as a Vocal Fellow for the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, where serves as a chorister, section leader, and soloist.
Previously, Henry performed the role of Laurie in “Little Women” with the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival. Other roles include Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni (Centre for Opera Studies in Italy), Ferrando in Cosi fan Tutte, Little Bat in Susannah (Halifax Summer Opera Festival), and Count Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia. See Resume and CV for a full list of previous roles and engagements.
“Henry Hubbard’s tenor voice dipped and soared as the playful, passionate Laurie.”
-Meizhu Lui, Big Island Magazine
In addition to opera, he has performed art song, oratorio, and chamber music throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Henry holds dual Master of Music degrees in Vocal Performance & Pedagogy and Musicology from the Peabody Institute of the John’s Hopkins University, where he studied with Stanley Cornett. Henry also received a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance at James Madison University. While at JMU, Henry studied with baritone Kevin McMillan.
Henry has taught private students ranging from children to adults, in styles ranging from opera to musical theatre and pop. His teaching focuses on a classical foundation in order to encourage health and longevity of the voice. Through his studies of vocal pedagogy, he has cultivated a flexible approach that can be modified to fit the needs and aspirations of each individual student.