Manitoba-born and award-winning singer, actor, adjudicator, and educator, Aaron Hutton is one of the province’s most eclectic artists. A versatile performer with a resume ranging from Baroque to Contemporary Musical Theatre, Aaron has become a sought after crossover vocalist. Having been recognized as “a wonderfully talented tenor” (CBC) and “one of Winnipeg’s busiest musical chameleons” (Winnipeg Free Press), he continues to make a name for himself in both the Musical Theatre and Classical music communities across the prairies.

Being no stranger to his local arts scene, Aaron has performed with some of Winnipeg’s premier theatre companies in leading and featured ensemble roles, such as Rainbow Stage, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre, Dry Cold Productions, Prairie Theatre Exchange, and Manitoba Theatre for Young People. Aside from his stage performing, Aaron has flourished as a soloist with some of Winnipeg’s most distinguished choral, orchestral, and chamber ensembles, including the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Canzona: Winnipeg’s Baroque Music Ensemble, the Winnipeg Singers, the Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir, and Manitoba Opera. Aaron’s career has taken him across the prairies for engagements with the Globe Theatre in Regina, the Regina Symphony Orchestra, and tours through Alberta.

Aaron obtained his Master of Music and Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Manitoba Marcel A. Desautels Faculty of Music. He is an alumni of the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and the nationally acclaimed Opera Nuova training intensive. As an up-and-coming artist, Aaron has already made a reputation for himself as a dominant force in the Manitoba music and theatre scene.