Samuel Ary

MSM - Voice

Samuel Ary is a tenor who has a passion for making music with others through teaching voice, singing as a soloist, and performing in choral and small chamber ensembles around the world. His goal as an educator and performer is to move others to enjoy music and music making through genuinely meaningful and emotional experiences.
Samuel holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from the University of North Texas where he studied voice with Professor William Joyner. A native of Dallas, TX, Samuel spent several years as a Staff Singer at Church of the Incarnation where he would serve in ministry through music at one of the country’s largest Episcopal parishes. As a professional ensemble singer, he has performed with Orpheus Chamber Singers, Verdigris Ensemble, Dallas Chamber Choir, Incarnatus, and Orchestra of New Spain. He has been featured as a soloist many times with the UNT Baroque Orchestra and is a recipient of the Adams Nordstrom Early Music Award.
Samuel has an active interest in the Anglican choral tradition and has attended both the Oxford University Choral Singing Summer School and the Cambridge Choral Summer Course to continue his education.