Hailed for his “voice of liquid warmth and easy stage presence” (The Journal, Albuquerque) tenor Philip Anderson has been a soloist with Mark Morris Dance Group, The New York Collegium, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and The Waterbury Symphony Orchestra. Much in demand among early music ensembles, he performs often with Artek, My Lord Chamberlain’s Consort, The Tiffany Consort, and Vox Vocal Ensemble. With New York’s Ensemble for Early Music he toured the United States in the title of The Play of Daniel. This season he debuts with The Waverly Consort in a program of Spanish renaissance songs. Recent engagements include a Carnegie Hall debut singing Handel’s Messiah with the Masterworks Chorus and Orchestra, the Evangelist in Bach’s St. John Passion at Swarthmore College, and the role of Mozart in Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera Mozart and Salieri in Richmond, VA. In Europe he has sung at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, at the Tage Alter Musik Festival in Regensburg, and in Scarlatti’s first opera Gli Equivoci nel Sembiante in Palermo. On CD he can be heard singing British parlor songs on Jane’s Hand, The Jane Austen Songbooks with Julianne Baird, and on the 2006 Grammy nominated O Magnum Mysterium with the Tiffany Consort. When not singing Philip can be found in North Salem, NY where he grows vegetables and raises chickens.