“Jubilant Sykes’ voice is extraordinary. He isn’t merely an outstanding singer, his voice is art at its highest expression” (Atlanta Journal-Constitution). Perhaps no vocalist of our time possesses a more exquisitely versatile instrument than the American baritone Jubilant Sykes. His unique talents have taken him to musical capitals across the globe. He has performed leading roles at such opera houses as the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera and Deutschland Oper Berlin. His solo concerts have included performances in New York’s Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center Washington, D.C., Royal Albert Hall London and the Verona Amphitheater in Verona Italy. Among the orchestras which he has appeared as soloist are the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, London Symphony, BBC Symphony, Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Orchestra de Paris. Mr. Sykes’ versatility has taken him to such venues as the Apollo Theatre, New Orleans Jazz Festival and the Hollywood Bowl. The Grammy nominated singer made his screen debut in the film “Freedom” with Cuba Gooding, Jr. and his stage debut as the lead in the original play “Breath and Imagination” by Daniel Beaty at the Hartford Stage directed by Darko Tresnjak.