Jack A. Pott is a highly respected soloist, voice teacher, clinician, and conductor throughout the region. He has been a featured tenor soloist with many ensembles in Connecticut, including the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, CONCORA, Voce, Inc., Hartford Chorale, Greater Middletown Chorale, The Concert Choir of Northeast Connecticut, Con Brio, and Cappella Cantorum. Mr. Pott has soloed in numerous performances of Handel’s Messiah, as well as Bach’s Mass in B Minor, St. Matthew Passion, St. John Passion, Magnificat, various Cantatas, and as the Evangelist in the Christmas Oratorio. He has performed a variety of operatic roles with Connecticut Concert Opera, CONCORA, UConn Opera, and the Asylum Hill Music Series in Hartford. In April, 2013, he sang the role of Dr. John K. Meneely in the world premiere of the dramatic oratorio, "Letter from Italy, 1944", and was featured in a 2015 Emmy-winning documentary of the same. He reprised that role in May 2017 with the Hartford Symphony at The Bushnell. Additionally, he is featured on a recording of the music of Morten Lauridsen by the Hartford-based professional choir, Voce. Equally comfortable on the other side of the podium, he is currently the Assistant Music Director for the Hartford Chorale (a 170-voice symphonic choir), and is member of the music faculty at Central Connecticut State University. Previously, he taught for The Center for Creative Youth at Wesleyan University (CCY), and the Hartt Community Division at the University of Hartford, where his was the founding director of the Hartt Community Division High School Chamber Choir. Prior to his appointment as Director of Music & Arts at AHCC, he served as a soloist (1995-2016) and assistant to the Minister of Music and Arts (2001-2016). He holds a bachelor of music degree in vocal performance from The University of Michigan, and also did graduate studies in choral conducting and voice performance at the University of Connecticut. Mr. Pott resides in South Windsor, CT, with his wife and two children.