Seth Grondin, Bass-Baritone, is a native of Bangor, Maine, based in Boston, Massachusetts. He currently performs throughout the greater Boston area and beyond. He received his Bachelor’s of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Maine, and his Master’s of Music in Opera Performance from the Longy School of Music. His most recent performances include Pandolfe in Cendrillon with New York Lyric Opera Theater, Buchinsky in Dimitrij with Odyssey Opera, Hanezo in L’Amico Fritz with Boston Midsummer Opera, and Professor Bhaer in Little Women with MetroWest Opera. His notable past performances include Colline in La Bohème and Don Alfonso in Cosi fan Tutte with NEMPAC Opera, Masetto in Don Giovanni with MetroWest Opera, Gideon March/Mr. Dashwood in Little Women, and Bartolo in Le nozze di Figaro with Boston Opera Collaborative, Angelotti in Tosca with Lowell House Opera, and covering the role of Claudio in Béatrice et Bénédict with Opera Boston.
Equally at home in concert and oratorio settings, Mr. Grondin has sung the bass solos in Handel’s Messiah with the MIT Concert Choir, Pilgrim UCC Church of Southborough, and the Assabet Valley Mastersingers, the role of Elijah in Elijah with the University of Maine Orchestra, and Judas in Massenet’s Marie Magdeleine with the Bangor Symphony Orchestra. He has also been a soloist and section leader in churches throughout New England, and he is increasingly sought after for recording projects.