Aaron WalkerAaron Walker

Aaron Walker is thrilled to be making his NOVA Center - Rimrock Opera debut covering Hywel Ddu while singing the roles of Negesydd (Messenger), Mynach (Monk), and Blaenwr (Leader). Aaron's talent as a performer has been recognized on a national and international level. In 2017, Aaron excelled as an international finalist and 3rd Prize winner in the Great Composers Competition Series: Handel. Aaron was also among 24 semifinalists selected out of nearly 200 applicants to advance in the 2017 and 2018 James Toland Vocal Arts Competitions. And later in 2018, Aaron was among just 12 singers selected for the highly competitive Arizona Opera & Arizona State University Winter Vocal Academy.

Aaron Walker is an active vocal performer who enjoys a wide array of settings including opera, musical theater, recital, and concert repertoire. Among his favorite roles are Monostatos (Magic Flute), Saint Brioche (The Merry Widow), Pish Tush (Mikado), and Harry the Horse (Guys and Dolls). Aaron's love for performance also expands into choral music; he was honored to perform as a soloist in the 2016 Utah ACDA Combined Choirs concert. He also performed as a tenor soloist with the 2017 Utah Valley University Chamber Choir’s performance of Bach’s Saint John Passion.

Having served a two-year religious service mission in Kiev, Ukraine, Aaron is fluent in the Russian language. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Voice Performance from Utah Valley University, where he was he was the recipient of competitive voice scholarships and a student of baritone Christopher Holmes. Please visit aaronwalkertenor.com for more information about hiring Aaron Walker as a performer, teacher, and accompanist.


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