Lambton Drive, London, Ontario
Sharang Sharma
Tenor - Jennifer Moir Studio
Sharang Sharma is an aspiring tenor studying voice performance at Western University. Under the guidance of various professors, such as soprano Jennifer Moir and baritone Todd Weiczorek at the Don Wright Faculty of Music, Sharang is developing and expanding his instrument and repertory as a young artist.
At ease in the choral idiom, Sharang has partaken in various ensembles in Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, and France. Equivocally, he has studied solo performance through summer programs, such as COAA at Western University. As a member of WUOpera, he has performed in Puccini’s La Bohème, and Verdi’s Falstaff in previous seasons. During his year abroad at King’s College London, he enjoyed a choral scholarship with King’s Chapel Singers performing music of all periods, especially renaissance and baroque, and recording Johannes Brahms’s German Requiem with Hyperion Records. He performed in the the world premier of Lewis Coenen-Rowe’s modernist opera, Collision with Spectra Ensemble Opera Company.
Sharang endeavours to continue his studies in interpretation and performance research. Musicologically involved with various projects at Western University, such as Nota Bene: Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Musicology, Sharang has founded ensembles in past with the goal of realizing research of specific repertoires around the world. Recently involved with Ensemble Plus Ultra’s performances of Spanish renaissance music at Wigmore Hall, his musical objectives are centred around reconciling style with pedagogy in a historically informed setting. He wishes to pursue graduate studies in research and performance in both, solo and group idioms.

​Biography written by Sharang Sharma.