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" Notable was Ehimemen Omigie as the Lamplighter and the Drunkard: his turn with the Lamplighter’s aria was as warm and sweet as it was strange, and his creamy voice projected well over everything else. "

               - Arturo Fernandez,

Boston-based tenor, Ehimemen (Ehi) Omigie, has proven to be effective on both the operatic and concert stage.

This Spring Ehi will sing the role of Tamino in The Magic Flute with MassOpera. Other recent engagements include: The Lives They Lived with Boston Opera Collaborative, Soloist in  X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X with Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Opera chorus in La Traviata with Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Crispus Attucks with the Boston Conservatory Orchestra.


Prior to the Covid Pandemic, In 2020 Mx. Omigie was preparing to sing Peter Quint in The Turn of the Screw with Boston Conservatory Opera and Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Padre in Man of La Mancha, and cover Jaquino in Fidelio with the Janiec Opera Compnay at Brevard Music Center. During the beginning of the Pandemic he performed in several balcony concerts with NEMPAC Opera Project holding space as one of the only in-person opera experiences in Boston going on at the time.

On the concert stage, he has served as a soloist in works by Bach, Mozart, Dan Forest, Schubert, and Vivaldi. Most Recently, he performed as the tenor soloist Handel Anthem for Queen Caroline with the Boston Conservatory Conductors Choir. He has also been a collaborative artist in several local South Florida concert series' and founded the annual Lost Tree Chapel benefit concert in 2017. Mx. Omigie has also premiered new compositions, tailored specifically for his voice, by 3 up-and-coming composers, for various recitals, and as part of the Frontwave New Music Festival of in South Florida


Mx. Omigie holds a Bachelor of Music from Palm Beach Atlantic University and a Masters of Music in Opera Performance from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. 

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