Advancing and invigorating the art of chamber music for tenor, baritone, and bass voices across genres and generations through world-class performance, education, and commissions; within New England and across the United States.
Peter C. Schilling
baritone | business manager | founding member
Hometown: Westwood, Massachusetts
Baritone Peter C. Schilling (MN) has been singing in the Boston area for over thirty years and is equally at home with Gregorian chant as he is with modern composition. Peter holds a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Cognitive Science & Linguistics from Brandeis University, where he sang under the direction of James Olesen, studied as a lyric baritone with Pamela Wolfe, and was a founding member of Company B, now the oldest performing group on campus. He has done both solo and ensemble work with the Brandeis Chamber Choir, Schola Nocturna, Night Song, A Joyful Noyse, and the Oriana Consort. Peter was a founding member of Vermilion and, most recently, Renaissance Men. He is currently a staff singer at Church of the Redeemer in Chestnut Hill and lives in Westwood in an antique farm house whose pastures are now popularly known as “RenMen Farms”.
As Business Manager, Peter handles electronic ticket sales; venue, partner, and commission contracts; accounting; corporate and private donations; and financial miracle work.