Idaho-born Timothy Stoddard has been hailed by Opera News as having a “clear-voiced tenor.” He has sung the roles of Liberto/Lucano in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea with Bare Opera, Milord Fideling in the American premiere of Salieri’s La cifra with dell’Arte Opera Ensemble, Tamino/1st Armored Man/Second Priest in The Magic Flute with both Opera in Williamsburg and the Muses Creative Artistry Project, and Song Seller/Gherardo in Puccini’s Il trittico with Utah Festival of Opera. He premiered roles in Chunky in Heat and Flash Operas with Experiments in Opera, Witch/King/Father in Lam/Fulton’s Rumpelstiltskin with Rhymes with Opera, Ghost of Christmas Present/Young Scrooge in Goodwin/Jarrar’s Dickens’ A Christmas Carol with Gramercy Opera, and George Westinghouse and Oxygen Cobalt in Carson Kievman’s operas TESLA and INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS. In concert, he appeared with the Utah Festival of Opera in Bach’s B Minor Mass, the Choral Society of Grace Church in Mendelssohn’s Elijah, and the Lucerne Festival Academy in Berio’s Coro and Watkins’ In My Craft or Sullen Art. In 2018, he made his WQXR debut on the Young Artists Showcase. He is currently in residence with the American Opera Project’s Composers and the Voice fellowship. Award highlights include those of the Anna Sosenko Assist Trust, the American Scandinavian Society, and the Arleen Auger Foundation.