“With a beautiful, shining tenor voice, he radiates youth, strength, personality, vulnerability and charisma. I am a big fan.”
- Jake Heggie, Composer
"Jack Wilkins shows tremendous versatility from opera to Broadway and is an ideal Mozart tenor."
- Maestro Michael Morgan, Oakland Symphony
Jack Wilkins brings a strong, fresh voice and talent to the musical theatre, pop and classical world. With energy, emotion and a natural affinity with audiences, Jack has the kind of talent that turns heads and makes people ask, “Who is that?”
A featured soloist at the acclaimed Bear Valley Music Festival in July 2018, Jack showed his versatility as he performed Broadway hits and arias in “Broadway and More” and then sang the tenor solo in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.
His 2017 appearances ranged from a striking performance of the role of Jean Valjean in a highlights concert of Les Miserables to a poignant rendition of “O Holy Night” in the eight-show “Light and Life” Christmas concert, both in Aptos, CA.
Summer 2017, Jack brought his trademark warmth and energy to the role of “Jesus” in Godspell in a community theater production in Santa Cruz, CA and also was tenor soloist in Mozart’s Requiem performed by the Camellia Symphony Orchestra in Sacramento, CA.
As featured soloist for the Greeley Philharmonic’s 2016 New Year’s Eve Gala, Jack charmed the audience with a repertoire of standards. Also in 2016, he sang the role of "Jenik" in the California State Long Beach Opera Institute’s production of The Bartered Bride.
Jack was a full-tuition scholar at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State Long Beach. While earning his degree in Vocal Performance, notable appearances included tenor soloist in the premiere of Vasken Ohanian’s Reflections of the Forgotten and tenor soloist in Mozart’s Great Mass.