Oscar Arturo Osorio

Oscar Arturo Osorio obtained his bachelor’s degree in Musicfrom the Honduras National Conservatory in 1997. At age 14 he began performing flute and piccolo with the National Symphony Orchestra of Honduras and became a fulltime member from 1999-2004. In late 2004, Mr. Osorio came to the US to pursue undergraduate studies. Hereceived a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a minor in Business Management from Grace College in 2009. Ever since, Mr. Osorio has received numerous scholarships and awards from various organizations such as the Texas Flute Society. He studied voice with Joan Wall, and Nicolai Gedda’s pupil and tenor Don Bernardini; he also participated in master classes with Janet Bookspan (R.I.P.), former performance and communication consultant of Florida Grand Opera, and Ann Baltz, founder and executive director of OperaWorks. Mr. Osorio served as the lead tenor for the Grace College Chamber Singers, a group with which he toured South Korea in 2009, and for the Church of the Good Shepherd in Winona Lake; in this town he also had a successful voice studio of his own. Mr. Osorio is a new transplant to the Chicago area since November 2017.