Hailed for his “ringing and confident tenor,” Alan Taylor has carved a respected niche in Chicago’s choral ensembles. His musical journey began while singing a cappella with his sisters. Ever since, he has enjoyed making music with talented and warm-hearted vocalists.
Alan is a member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus and Grant Park Chorus and is excited to dive deeper into the city’s music scene as a member of Chicago a cappella. Commended for his “delightfully pretty singing,” some of Alan’s solo engagements include Handel’s Messiah, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Bach’s Magnificat, and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He teaches at Wheaton Yamaha Music School, owned by his husband, pianist Calvin Coleman.