Georgia native and resident of Houston, Benjamin Boskoff is a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Music (MM). An active vocal artist and passionate recitalist, Mr. Boskoff has been traveling the states in productions, recitals, and concerts. Recent engagements include: Albert in Albert Herring with Opera MODO, Peter Quint in Turn of the Screw with Red River Lyric Opera, Damon in Acis and Galatea with Opera Theatre of Montclair, Tamino in Die Zaubeflöte with Lawrence Opera Theatre, Count Almaviva in The Barber of Seville with Light Opera of New Jersey, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni with opera MODO, and Gonsalve in L’heure Espangole with Operativo Houston. In February 2018, Mr. Boskoff was a guest artist at Lawrence University’s Conservatory’s Opera department and performed the title role in their production of Le Comte Ory. Mr. Boskoff was most recently seen with Opera MODO in their production of La Cenerentola as Prince Ramiro. Since 2013, Mr. Boskoff has maintained a small voice, piano, and saxophone studio teaching students of all ages. His studies under Dr. Stephanie Tingler (UGA) and Dr. Freda Herseth (Michigan) in pedagogy have greatly influenced his teaching style, combined with his two past teachers, Dr. Gregory Broughton (UGA) and Dr. Scott Piper (Michigan). Mechanistic in understanding and practical in approach, Mr. Boskoff seeks to teach healthy, vocal phonation above all else - along with a deep connection with the visceral sensation of singing the text and emotion of the music.