Jos Milton enjoys an active career in music as a professional singer and an educator. His vibrant and eclectic schedule includes numerous engagements in the realms of concert, opera, and ensemble singing. Recent credits include performances of Gerald Finzi’s Dies Natalis with the Germantown Symphony Orchestra, and Carlisle Floyd’s Slow Dusk, Puccini’s La Bohème, and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, all with the Louisiana Opera. An avid recitalist, Jos recently presented a tribute program featuring the vocal music of Benjamin Britten, in celebration of the composer’s centennial. He has appeared as tenor soloist on numerous occasions with the Texas Early Music Project, Texas Choral Consort, La Follia Baroque Ensemble, Austin Civic Chorus, and various other organizations. Jos also performs regularly with Conspirare Company of Voices, the dynamic Grammy®-winning vocal ensemble based in Austin, Texas. In 2014 he was a resident artist at the Carmel Bach Festival.
Jos holds a Bachelor of Music from Trinity University, a Master of Music from the University of Massachusetts, and a Doctor of Musical Arts from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Milton serves as assistant professor of music at the University of Mississippi, where he teaches studio voice as well as various courses in vocal literature. He resides in Oxford with his wife and son. For more information, please visit www.josmilton.com.