Harv Wileman holds two degrees in singing (a Bachelor Music from UTC in ’00 and a Master of Music from Lee University in ’08) and has been performing professionally for over twenty years in opera; song recital; and, his great loves, oratorio and sacred music. After moving to Washington, D.C., in 2002 he sang all over the metropolitan D.C. area, including solo debuts at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall (in Handel’s Messiah) and at Washington National Cathedral (in Rachmaninoff’s Vespers) and in opera and operetta with the Washington Savoyards and Victorian Lyric Opera. A long-time professional choral singer, he has performed with such groups as the Woodley Ensemble, the Tennessee Chamber Chorus, Cantare, and the Master Chorale of Washington among many other long-term church staff singer positions. Experienced in the business of classical music, he has held administrative positions with such non-profits as Opera America, Sarasota Opera, and Choral Arts of Chattanooga, and is the artistic director of the professional men’s ensemble Voci Virili Men’s Consort which he founded in 2012 and the Voice of Reason Women’s Ensemble which he founded in 2016. He is the Owner/Agent of Wileman Artists, an artist management company for classical singers and loves to produce concert of solo vocal literature and vocal chamber music. He is proud to be Artist-in-Residence in song and opera with the voice department of the Chattanooga Center for Creative Arts, his alma mater (class of ’91).