Called "gripping" by The New York Times, and described as singing with "calm fluidity" by The Washington Post, Thomas McCargar has established himself as both a soloist and sought-after ensemble singer in New York City and around the United States. Recent engagements include singing the role of Evangelist in Ginastera's Turbae ad Passionem Gregorianam with the Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Washington Chorus and NOVUS NY at Carnegie Hall; Angel's Bone with the Prototype Festival; Steve Reich's Three Tales with Ensemble Signal at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles; Paul Moravec's Songs of Love and War with The Dessoff Choirs; Anne Hamilton's The Event of a Thread at Park Avenue Armory; performing with Kanye West at the Hollywood Bowl; and appearing with Andrea Bocelli during NBC's 2015 broadcast of Christmas in Rockefeller Center. As an ensemble singer, Thomas is a member of the acclaimed Choir of Trinity Wall Street and also performs regularly with Pomerium, Seraphic Fire, Spire, TENET, Musica Sacra, VOX Vocal Ensemble, Antioch, Voices of Ascension, New York Virtuoso Singers, Early Music New York, Yale Choral Artists and Meridionalis. Other highlights include touring the world with Chanticleer; leading over 1,000 people in Times Square in the singing of John Lennon's "Imagine" for Yoko Ono's installation Imagine Peace; and singing "You Can't Always Get What You Want" with the Rolling Stones.

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