Philip Webb Sacred Arts
Philp Webb Sacred Arts Inc. is a 501 C3 Religious non profit, established for the purpose of presenting, producing and distributing sacred music.
Philip Webb Music, Inc. operates solely from the gifts of individuals, foundations and ministries. All gifts are tax dedutcible.
Philip Webb is an American tenor who has received initial critical acclaim after launching his career in operatic and classical music in 1996. He has performed at the New York Metropolitan Opera, the Vienna State Opera, Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu and many other prestigious venues.
In 1987, Philip relocated to the Chicago area to lead the Worship and Music at Grace Church of DuPage in Warrenville, Illinois. In 1988 he recorded his second gospel CD, “He Is King” and was heard in churches all over the United States and Canada. In 1993, after nearly twelve years as a church music minister, Webb was encouraged by the renowned bass, Giorgio Tozzi, to pursue a career in opera. He immediately began an intensive program of studies and training with one of the most renown vocal teachers of her day, Margaret Harshaw, formerly of the Metropolitan Opera and the Indiana School of Music. Since that beginning introduction to opera, he has continued to study professionally and in 2001 began a series of studies with the internationally acclaimed "Verdian" tenor, Carlo Bergonzi.
About Philip Webb
He has performed on leading stages of the world, singing operas, oratorios and concerts with various symphonies. Philip's short career has encompassed a wide spectrum of roles and their interpretations, however, he is equally at home singing gospel music, as that is where he first began singing. He and his wife Barbara have three children and live in the Los Angeles area. For more information on Philip’s professional career you may visit www.philipwebb.net