Tenor Alexander Nishibun's vibrant, youthful instrument and sensitive stage presence have been characterized as “a delight…” and “capable of stealing the show with a gesture” (Portland Press Herald). His varied roles have included Nemorino fromL’Elisir d’amore, Prunier from La Rondine, Fenton from Falstaff, Tamino and Monstatos from Die Zauberflöte, and Frederic from The Pirates of Penzance. Nishibun has sung with the Portland Opera YAP (2010), the Boston Early Music Festival YAP (2011) during their nationally acclaimed Niobe, Regina di Tebe (Steffani) production, and continues to perform widely in the greater Boston area.
On the concert stage, Nishibun has performed with the Carr Collegium and Boston University in various performances of Bach motets as well as their 2014 undertaking of the B-Minor Mass in which he was their tenor soloist. He continues to perform as a concert soloist throughout the greater Boston area including performances of J.S. Bach's Magnificat, Handel's Messiah, and Mozart's Requiem. He is also a staff musician with Trinity Church, Boston. Nishibun continues to collaborate with small choral ensembles throughout the United States singing with Vox Humana, Kinnara Ensemble, Cappella Clausura, the Handel & Haydn Society, as well as being a core member of the Skylark Vocal Ensemble and Renaissance Men. He will be featured alongside Sam Kreidenweis, bass-baritone in Renaissance Men's upcoming chamber concert series consisting of French and English art song.