A specialist in early and new music and a relative new comer to opera, tenor Antoine Garth has performed as a soloist with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony and the Carmel Bach Festival. He is also a conductor and Artistic Director of the Anima Mundi Ensemble, an a capella vocal ensemble focusing on Latin Church Music from Gregorian Antiquity to the early baroque. In 2009, the ensemble performed the Asian premiere of the Missa O Magnum Mysterium by Tomas Luis da Victoria and the recently discovered "Gloria" of Georg Frederic Handel. Recent credits include multiple duties as Assistant Conductor and Spoletta in Opera Siam's Tosca, along with Remendado in Carmen and Parpignol in La Boheme. In concert, he has performed the tenor solos in Haydn's Harmonie-Messe and Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle.
Antoine Garth made his San Francisco Opera debut in 2007 in the World premiere of Appomattox by Phillip Glass. He has also performed the American Premiere of Thomas Adès's Powder Her Face with Kent Nagano, and Handel's Il Trionfo del Tempo with City Concert Opera in San Francisco, CA. In 2004, he toured Southeast Asia in recitals under the auspices of American Voices in Thailand and was invited by the Pune Music Society to tour India in 2009.