Baritone Adam Dengler recently sang the role of Ping in the North Carolina Summer Opera’s 2018 production of Turandot.
Adam sings in the chorus of North Carolina Opera’s recent productions, including Carmen (’19), Rigoletto (’18) and Cold Mountain (’18). Recent engagements include the Bass soloist in the Chapel Hill 53rd Annual Open Sing Handel’s Messiah and Théodore Dubois’s The Seven Last Words of Christ. Adam has also premiered music by local composers including Roger Petrich’s “Facing West” and Jeremy Jennings “Elevator”. Adam is a longtime member of Voices: The Chapel Hill Community Chorus. Bass solos with Voices include Mass in D major by Antonín Dvo?ák and Dan Locklair’s Requiem. Previous stage credits include All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914, and Jean Valjean in Les Misérables. Adam studied voice in Arizona with Dr. Andrea Pitman Will for two years, where he was placed 1st in the Adult Beginner division and was voted ‘Most Promising Young Singer’ at the Arizona National Association of Teachers of Singing classical competition.
Adam is a Research Engineer at Redbud Labs and has a Ph.D. in Biomedical engineering from the Joint BME Department of UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State.