Nathaniel Sullivan is a musician, theatre artist, and writer devoted to holding space for reflection, understanding, and creative projects that champion change. He will be participating in the vocal fellowship at the Ravinia Steans Music Institute this summer, appear as a bass soloist in the St. Matthew Passion with the Blanche Moyse Chorale, and bass soloist in Fauré’s Requiem with the Quad City Symphony Orchestra. Recent highlights include chorister in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with the NY Philharmonic, roles of The King in the North American premiere of George Benjamin’s Lessons in Love and Violence, Manfred in Jake Heggie’s Two Remain (Out of Darkness), and covering Harvey Milk in the world premiere of Stewart Wallace’s Harvey Milk Reimagined. Nathaniel has been awarded the Grace B. Jackson Prize for exceptional service at Tanglewood, and this May he received Third Prize at the 2023 Washington International Competition. During the COVID-19 shutdown, Nathaniel conceived and self-produced the Pandemigram Project, raising over $7,500 for 43 different charitable organizations. He received his BM from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and his MM from the Bard College Conservatory of Music. Nathaniel is a winner of the 2023 Astral National Competition.