Ian Williams

Ian Williams

Bass-Baritone Ian Williams, is known for his specialty in cross-genre singing as well as his command of the stage in performance. He has served as a Principal Vocal Artist with Heartland Sings since 2015 with various responsibilities including arranging, stage directing, performing, and teaching. He has performed with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic as the host of their Young People’s Concerts, Link Up: The Orchestra Moves and Link Up: The Orchestra Rocks; where he performed “The Toreador Song” from Bizet’s Carmen.


Opera/Musical Theatre (*scene, **upcoming): Coalhouse Walker Jr. (Ragtime the Musical)** Zurga (Les pêcheures de perles)*, Martin (A Grand Night for Singing), Billy (Carousel)*, Sparafucile (Rigoletto)*, Mercutio (Roméo et Juliette)*, Top (The Tender Land)*, Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro)*, Don Giovanni (Don Giovanni)*, Porgy (Porgy and Bess)*, Audrey II (Little Shop of Horrors)

Oratorio/Choral Works: Requiem in D Minor (Fauré), The Holocaust Cantata (Mcullough), The Messiah (Handel)

Orchestral works: Link Up: The Orchestra Moves, Link Up: The Orchestra Rocks

Adjudicator: Summit Sound Invitational – Bishop Dwenger HS, Varsity Vocals ICCA A Cappella Competition


  • Bachelor of Musical Arts in Voice Performance – University of Michigan 2015
  • Bachelor of Theatre Arts – University of Michigan 2015

Preferred Vocal Styles: classical, jazz, musical theatre, and pop

Special Abilities: arranging, beatboxing, stage dialects

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