Lewis Jacobson Wasden

Boy Soprano
Opera
Albert Herring

Lewis Jacobson Wasden is a boy soprano who sings with the Princeton Boy Choir and previously performed with the Apprentice Choir of the American Boy Choir. He has studied with Fred Meads. Lewis recently originated the role of William Frankenstein in a workshop of Frankenstein, a newly commissioned opera by Gregg Kallor with the Arizona Opera Company. He also performed the Youth role in Mendelssohn’s Elijah with Princeton Society of Musical Amateurs. Lewis can be heard on recordings for the early childhood music program Music Together. He also performs with the Hopewell Valley Children's Theater. Lewis is a 7th grader, and enjoys percussion, piano, theater, singing, composing, reading, and hiking. 

 

Lewis Jacobson Wasden, boy soprano
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