Grant Mech

Singer, Conductor & Teacher

Grant Mech holds degrees from Westminster Choir College, where he studied voice with Margaret Cusack and conducting with James Jordan.  An alumnus of Opera New Jersey’s young artist program, Grant has appeared in numerous operatic productions, including Alcina (Melisso) with The Cantanti Project, La Clemenza di Tito (Publio) and Le Nozze di Figaro (Bartolo) with dell’Arte Opera Ensemble, the titles role in Don Giovanni and Gianni Schicchi with Delaware Valley Opera, Turandot (Mandarin) with New Rochelle Opera, La Serva Padrona (Uberto) and The Pirates of Penzance (Police Sergeant) with Boheme Opera NJ, and La Belle Hélène  (Agamemnon) with Opéra du Périgord, and  La Cambiale di matrimonio (Tobias Mill) with Garden State Opera.  He has appeared in concerts and recitals, singing works such as Brahms’ Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, and Schubert’s Schwanengesang.  He has appeared in concerts with the early music ensemble La Fiocco and Downtown Music Productions.  

Grant is the director of music at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in New York and the choral director at Rancocas Valley Regional High School in Mount Holly, NJ, where he overseas eight performing ensembles.  He has been a conductor of the Down Town Glee Club in New York and is currently a faculty member of at the Sem Summer Music Festival in Kingston, PA. Grant’s choirs have toured extensively in the U.S., singing at prestigious venues in Boston, New York, and Washington D.C., and abroad in England, Poland, and Germany.

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Photo Gallery

Kips Bay Choral Festival with Shepherd Singers, San Lorenzo Ruiz Choir and the Caldwell University Chorale, New York, NY

Singing the Dvorak Requiem with the Central Jersey Choral Society in Princeton, NJ

Curtain Call as Gianni Schicchi with Delaware Valley Opera in Philadelphia, PA

The Rancocas Valley Regional High School Chamber Choir before a concert in Krakow, Poland

Grant's choir members after singing in front of Bach's grave in Leipzig, Germany

The Rancocas Valley Regional High School Chamber Choir at Wells Cathedral, England

The Shepherd Singers and the choir of St. Paul's Lutheran Church (East Windsor, NJ) after singing Evensong at Castle Howard, England

Conducting a Pachelbel motet for double choir at St. Peter and Paul, Karkow, Poland

After singing J.S. Bach and P.D.Q. Bach with the Oratorio Singers of Westfield, NJ

Production photo from the Rancocas Valley Regional High School Musical Theater Ensemble production of 1776

Singing the opera For Love of Country by Mike Leibowitz at the Asheville Fringe Festival, NC 

Working with music education students on repertoire and long-term planning, University of Connec

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