J.S. Bach — Magnificat in D

Alexander Weimann conducts Arion Baroque in J.S. Bach's Magnificat in D and Kuhnau's Wie Schön Leuchter der Morgenstern. Cast includes Johanna Winkel, Johanette Zomer, James Laing, Zachary Wilder, and Matthew Brook.

ATMA Classique (2016)

Félicien David — Le Désert

Lawrence Equilbey conducts the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris and Accentus in David’s “Symphonic Ode”.  Cast includes Zachary Wilder & Cyrille Dubois (tenors) and Jeanne-Marie Winling (Récitant)

NAIVE (2015)

Rameau — Zaïs

 Christophe Rousset conducts Les Talens Lyriques with a cast including Zachary Wilder (Un Sylph), Sandrine Piau and Julian Prégardien.

APARTÉ (2015)

Händel – Acis & Galatea

Zachary Wilder sings Coridon in this recording of Handel’s pastoral opera from the Boston Early Music Festival & Radio Bremen

CPO (2015)

Zamponi – Ulisse all’Isola di Circe

Leonardo Garcia Alarcon conducts Ensemble Clematis and the Choeur de Chambre de Namur with Cappella Mediterranea, featuring Zachary Wilder (Mercurio)


Le Jardin de Monsieur Rameau

William Christie conducts Les Arts Florissants. The sixth edition of the Academy of Les Arts Florissants for young singers presents a programme from Rameau to Dauvergne, taking us on a promenade through French vocal art of the age of enlightenment.


Monteverdi — Vespro della Beata Vergine 1610

Leonardo Alarcon conducts Cappella Mediterranea and the Choeur de Namur in Monteverdi's Vespers with soloists Céline Scheen, Mariana Florez, Fernando Guimerães, Victor Torres, and Zachary Wilder


Charpentier – La Descente d’Orphée aux Enfers and La Couronne de Fleurs

Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs present two of Charpentier’s Pastorale during the Boston Early Music Festival. Zachary Wilder (Tenor) features as ‘Mirtil’ and ‘Tantale’ in this Grammy Award Winning recording.

CPO (2013)

John Blow – Venus & Adonis

BEMF Artistic Co-Directors Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs lead what The New Yorker called a “superb company of singers”

CPO (2011)

Charpentier – Actéon

Boston Early Music Festival. Grammy Nominated.

CPO (2010)

Lully — Psyché

Boston Early Music Festival. Grammy nominated.

CPO (2008)