A native of a tiny town in the heart of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Jeremy J. Moore has been critically hailed as “terrific,” “a standout,” “engaging,” and even “amusing” by the New York Times. “Eloquently sung” “with a top notch voice” “combining leading man looks with genuine comic timing and a superior voice made him worth the ride alone.” Mr. Moore began studying voice with Jeanne Kostelic in 1989. He made his operatic debut in the title role of Amahl and the Night Visitors at age ten. His performance experience continued to grow with the addition of numerous lead roles in children’s operas with the Aspen Opera Theatre Center, under the direction of Edward Berkeley, Carol Castel and Lawrence Foster, to name a few. Since then he has performed extensively in opera, oratorio, solo recitals, and solo and ensemble concerts throughout the United States and abroad.