Jeffrey Freuler, countertenor, is in his second season as a member of the St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys in New York City under the direction of Maestro John Scott. Jeffrey was a soloist with Fuma Sacra under the direction of Dr. Andrew Megill in a performance of Bach Cantata BWV 115 “Mach dich mein Geist bereit” as part of a lunchtime Cantata series in Princeton, NJ. Concluding the 2013 season, he will sing Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb with the Masterwork Chorus of NJ and the Cacilienchor of Frankfurt, Germany.
He has sung as soloist with the Westminster Kantorei and Fuma Sacra in a performance of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and with Fuma Sacra in Bach’s St. John Passion. With the Voices Chorale of New Jersey, he debuted as a countertenor in the role of David in Handel’s Saul in which he was praised as possessing “…a voice more richly colored than many other countertenors” by Classical New Jersey Society. Mr. Freuler sang the title role in Handel’s Solomon with the Franconia-Lancaster Choral Singers and a performance of Vivaldi’s Beatus Vir with the Masterwork Chorus of New Jersey.