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Timothy Parsons is an acclaimed, Grammy-nominated countertenor and choral conductor. Timothy has performed with many of North America’s top early music ensembles, including TENET Vocal Artists and Apollo’s Fire, has twice toured with the English Concert, performing Handel oratorios, and is the co-artistic director of the vocal chamber music ensemble Ampersand. He has had the great privilege of premiering two Pulitzer-prize winning operas, Ellen Reid’s p r i s m and Du Yun’s Angel’s Bone, both with the Prototype Festival. A former Lay Clerk of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, and a longtime member of the Choir of Trinity Wall Street and the Clarion Choir, Timothy can be heard on numerous recordings, including the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom and the Grammy-nominated Vespers by Benedict Sheehan. Highlights of his 2023-24 season include concerts of Okeghem with Blue Heron and the Clarion Choir, Bach’s B Minor Mass with the Clarion Choir, and festival appearances in Norway and Germany with Ekmeles. Timothy is an avid hiker, meditator, and vegan, and resides in Vermont.