Bass-baritone Peter Walker, called a “standout…a promising bass-baritone” by the New York Times, is a candidate for a Master’s of Opera degree at McGill University, where he studies with Sanford Sylvan. He previously completed a B.A. in Music with a minor in Medieval Studies at Vassar. He sang with the Early Music America’s Young Performers Festival Ensemble at the 2011 Boston Early Music Festival and has appeared as Argenio in Handel’s Imeneo and Colline in La Bohème, both produced by Opera McGill. He has also been bass soloist in Monteverdi’s 1610 Vespers with the McGill Baroque Orchestra and Cappella Antiqua and has performed with the Amherst Early Music Festival’s Baroque Opera Project, Vassar College Opera Workshop, Hudson Valley Philharmonic, Vancouver Early Music Festival’s Medieval Program, San Francisco Early Music Society’s Medieval and Renaissance Workshop Theatre Project, the New York Continuo Collective, and in Gotham Early Music’s new production of The Play of Daniel, presented at the Cloisters in Manhattan.