George F. Levar

George F. Levar, baritone, is an active performer in the Chicago and Milwaukee area. His recent major solo appearances with the Heartland Voices (Elgin, IL) include Papageno's Aria from Mozart's The Magic Flute, the Holocaust Cantata, the Faure Requiem, the Polovetsian dances, the Coronation Chorus from Boris Godunov, and The Toreador Song from Carmen. His other recent solo appearances include The St. John Passion by William Byrd at Redeemer Lutheran Church (Hinsdale, IL), and various works at churches in Chicago's northwest suburbs.  He has performed as a concert soloist at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Elgin, IL) in Bach's Cantata 172 and Handel's Messiah. He has also performed the Messiah twice with the Milwaukee Catholic Symphony. Mr. Levar is a regular soloist at Gesu Church in Milwaukee, WI with organist John Weissrock.  Mr. Levar studies with Andrew Schultze at Columbia College.

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Concert Recordings  (MP3 format)  
Rutter - Mass of the Children (Finale Solo)  
MacGimsey - Sweet Little Jesus Boy  
M. Head - The Little Road to Bethlehem  
Mozart - Papageno's Aria and Duet from The Magic Flute  
Faure Requiem - Hostias (excerpt)   Libera Me (excerpts)  
Holocaust Cantata - The Train (excerpt)  
Bizet - Toreador Song from Carmen  
Boris Godunov - Coronation Chorus (excerpt)  
J. S. Bach - Cantata 172