Emerging as a versatile young artist, tenor Tom Mulder has had success in interpreting repertoire ranging from bel canto to modern opera to musical theater to chorus work with the Metropolitan Opera. Recent solo engagements include Merry Widow (Camille) with New Rochelle Opera, The Island of Tulipatan (Hermosa) with Light Opera of NY and Albany Records, Sir John in Love (Fenton) with Bronx Opera, the orchestral premier of Roscoe (O.B. Conway) with the Albany Symphony, My Fair Lady (Freddy) with Skylight Theater and Don Giovanni (Don Ottavio) with NY Lyric Opera Main-stage. Tom has been a young artist at Caramoor, Seagle Music Colony and Opera Company of Middlebury and performed such roles as Falstaff (Fenton), Les Miserables (Marius), La Traviata (Alfredo), Così Fan Tutte (Ferrando), and L’Italiana in Algieri (Lindoro). He also received the Darren K. Woods Scholarship Award from Seagle Music Colony. Tom received his MM and BM in voice performance from Manhattan School of Music and Vanderbilt University respectively. He was fortunate to be a part of an NEA grant to bring western opera to China with a group of alumni from Vanderbilt University in 2014 and will return in August of 2017 to the I-Sing China program to perform Gherardo in Gianni Schicchi and learn operas in lyric Mandarin.