Chad Sloan

 Chad Sloan
Instructor of Voice
University of Louisville
Bachelor of Music, Vocal Performance
The Juilliard School
Master of Music, Vocal Performance

About Chad

American baritone Chad Sloan is recognized as much for his warm, elegant vocalism as he is for deft interpretations of diverse characters.

In the 2019-2020 season, Sloan performed the role of Ponchel in Arizona Opera’s production of Kevin Puts’ Silent Night; baritone solos in the Louisville Orchestra Messiah; premieres at the Mostly Modern Festival in Saratoga Springs, New York; and recitals in Louisville and Montana.

Previous seasons have included performances of Carmina Burana with Columbia Pro Cantare, Flagstaff Symphony, Fox Valley Symphony, Lexington Philharmonic, and Midland Symphony; Bach’s Weihnachts- Oratorium with Louisville Choral Arts Society and Bourbon Baroque; Brahms’ Liebeslieder-Walzer at Twickenham Music Festival; Britten’s War Requiem at Lawrence Conservatory; frequent collaborations with Louisville Orchestra in their Heroes & Villains and War + Peace concerts; Bernstein’s Mass; William Walton’s Façade; songs of Robert Schumann; and as baritone soloist in performances of Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach with the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park.

Sloan has been heard in leading roles in opera companies across the country including Kentucky Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Atlanta Opera, Aspen Opera Theater, Utah Opera, Dayton Opera, Anchorage Opera, Opera Memphis, Santa Fe Opera, Tacoma Opera, and Arizona Opera. Sloan is Associate Professor of Voice at the University of Louisville School of Music.

B.M., Vocal Performance - University of Louisville
M.M., Vocal Performance - The Juilliard School