Described as "remarkably virtuosic" by the Columbus Republic and transcendent by the Daytona Beach News Journal, tenor Aaron Humble originally hails from Northeast Ohio. As a versatile and vibrant singer, Aaron is comfortable singing everything from the standards of the 1940s to world premiers of solo and chamber music. Believing that a consummate musician can tackle multiple genres, Aaron has enjoyed experiences in opera, recital, concert, and chamber music venues. During his tenure with Cantus, Aaron enjoyed solo appearances with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and the Boston Pops and concert appearances at the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, The Library of Congress, Wolf Trap, and The Chautauqua Institute. After ten years with Cantus, Aaron has recently joined the faculty at Augustana College (IL) where he conducts the Wennerberg Men’s Chorus and teaches Voice, Aural Skills, and Vocal Pedagogy.
Recitals, Concerts and Oratorio have taken Aaron to a variety of venues in the United States, and across the globe. Oratorio credits include: Seven Last Words of Christ (Dubois and MacMillan), Schumann's Die Rose Pilgerfahrt, Bender's St. Mark's Passion, Gounod’s St. Cecilia Mass, Handel’s Israel in Egypt and Messiah, as well as numerous Bach Cantatas. Operatic credits include Die Zauberflote, Bartered Bride, Die Einfuhrung Aus Dem Serail, and Der Kaiser von Atlantis. A graduate of Indiana University and Millikin University, Aaron holds a Doctorate of Music in Vocal Performance and Literature.