Praised for his “exceptional instrument” Tenor Adam Lowe has thrilled audiences for years with his dramatic and powerful instrument. Lowe has enjoyed a varied career which has seen him perform with as a trombonist with orchestras, acting the classic works of Shakespeare, tap dancing in Cole Porter, singing in opera houses, and everything in between. This diverse education has gifted him with strong theatrical and musical gifts which he combines to give thrilling performances. During the pandemic he put his acting talents to work in San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s production of Die Fledermaus as the bumbling Dr. Blind. Equally deftly he stepped in for an ailing Don Jose in Mill City Summer Opera’s production of Carmen. After spending the whole day in fittings and combat rehearsals he answered the call and “sang valiantly” (StarTribune) the last two acts of Bizet’s masterwork. Minn Press regarded the night as “…a rare opportunity to hear two fine tenors.” He was also involved as the Lead Tenor in a revival and North American premiere of Cole Porter’s La Revue des Ambassadeurs where he was billed as “The standout vocalist, easily the best voice of the night…” (The Stages of MN). Mr. Lowe, a native of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, is a champion of Finnish Art song and regularly gives recitals to bring these rather unknown but richly melodic gems to the American arts scene. He is currently a resident of San Francisco, where he has been since finishing a Postgraduate Degree at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.