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Samuel Moscoso


Born in Germany to operatic parents, singer/songwriter Samuel Moscoso has performed at the White House, for Pope John Paul II at the Vatican, and as a featured artist on stages across the U.S. and Europe. He sang the world premiere of conductor-composer Charles Floyd’s Song of Solomon with the Boston Pops, among numerous other appearances, including in Holiday Pops concerts under the batons of Keith Lockhart and film composer John Williams. He can also be seen wrangling horses in the upcoming second season of HBO’s The Gilded Age. Moscoso studied at New England Conservatory, Berklee College of Music, and the Rabine Institute of Functional Voice Pedagogy. Also a passionate vocal health advocate, he is currently pursuing a master’s in voice pathology. Theater highlights include West Side Story (Tony), Damn Yankees (Joe Hardy), and the New England premieres of Bare (Jason), Glory Days (Andy), and I Love You Because (Austin). He has worked with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, gospel icons Marvin Winans and Daryl Coley, and singer-songwriter Rachel Platten. Moscoso performs regularly with his band throughout the northeastern U.S. and hopes to spread joy through art. He lovingly dedicates this performance to the memory of his dad.

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