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Will Prapestis, baritone, heralded for his "stunning florid flourishes" and his "expressive, beautiful" singing, Prapestis performs frequently as a soloist and ensemble member throughout New England. Recently, Will sang the role of Serpent in the world-premiere of Elena Ruehr's canata "Eve" with Cantata Singers at Jordan Hall. He has had the pleasure of singing with such ensembles as Boston Baroque, with whom he will be traveling to Poland in March of 2015, Emmanuel Music as a chorister, and a soloist and chorister with Cantata Singers, Renaissance Men, of which he is a founding member, the Orpheus Singers, Exsultemus, with whom he made his BEMF debut, Cappella Clausura, Sound Icon, featured in the Monadnock Music Festival, Terpsichore, Copley Singers, Oriana Consort, Boston University Chamber Chorus, and the Fredonia College Choir. Will has performed at many venues, including Boston Symphony Hall, Jordan Hall, Boston Marsh Chapel, Emmanuel Center, Trinity Church Copley Square, Thomaskirche in Leipzig, Veterans Memorial Auditorium Arts and Cultural Center in Providence, RI and Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, NY. Will is also a very busy bass player, thoroughly active in the Boston and New York City Pop Music scenes, performing with as many as four bands as a bass guitarist, vocalist and arranger. He is also a highly-sought session artist. Will is a native of Elmira, NY, and he earned his Bachelor of Music in Performance at SUNY Fredonia.

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