Dann Coakwell
Tenor
Dann Coakwell, tenor, can be heard as a soloist on the Grammy-winning The Sacred Spirit of Russia (2014), the Grammy-nominated The Singing Guitar (2020), The Hope of Loving (2019) and Considering Matthew Shepard (2016), as well as the critically praised Zabur (2016).

He has sung as a soloist throughout Europe, Japan, and the Americas, under renowned conductors such as Helmuth Rilling, Masaaki Suzuki, Monica Huggett, William Christie, Nicholas McGegan, Matthew Halls, María Guinand, and Craig Hella Johnson.

Having performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, he has appeared as a soloist with acclaimed organizations such as Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart in Germany, Bach Collegium Japan, Orquesta Sinfónica de Venezuela, Pacific Baroque Orchestra in Canada, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra in San Francisco, Oregon Bach Festival, Portland and Indianapolis baroque orchestras, Conspirare, and the symphony orchestras of Orlando, Charlotte, Nashville, Indianapolis, Quad Cities, and Kansas City.

Serving on faculty at Ithaca College, Dr. Coakwell also frequently appears as a guest teaching artist.