John Piccolini has been a public and choral singer since his advent to music in the fourth grade in 1974. He was lucky enough to sing with many small and large ensembles while his younger self was studying chemistry, computer programming, and psychology through the years. His career pursuits felt secondary to his singing, and he has been privileged to have sung with many groups including the Princeton Singers, the Symphonic Choir of Westminster Choir College, the Cornell University Glee Club, the Choir of Saint Clement’s Church, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and Voces Novae et Antiquae. John has enjoyed participating in large ensemble singing with Orchestras and instruments, but prefers the special feel of singing with small vocal/instrumental ensembles best, with special thanks to Musica Humana, Les Canards Chantants, and especially the Chestnut Street Singers. His voice has been recorded a number of times and he feels lucky to be able to hear how maturity has changed it through the years.