Tenor Philip Anderson is in the cast of the Philip Glass opera, Einstein on the Beach, which is currently touring the world. Hailed for his “voice of liquid warmth and easy stage presence,” he is much in demand among early music ensembles. In New York he sings regularly with ARTEK, My Lord Chamberlain’s Consort and has been a guest artist with Chatham Baroque, Lionheart, Mark Morris Dance Group, The New York Collegium, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Piffaro, and The Waverly Consort. For three seasons he toured the United States in the title role of The Play of Daniel with New York’s Ensemble for Early Music. In Europe he has sung at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Tage Alter Musik Festival in Regensburg and Festival Scarlatti in Sicily. In the spring of 2007 he appeared on Broadway in Coram Boy. His recordings include the Grammy nominated O Magnum Mysterium with the Tiffany Consort, John Dowland’s First Book of Songs with My Lord Chamberlain’s Consort, Madrigals of Monteverdi with ARTEK, Jane’s Hand – The Jane Austen Songbooks with Julianne Baird, and Music of Kapsperger with Chatham Baroque.