Jake Endres is delighted as ever to appear with the Metropolitan Symphony, having narrated several previous MSO Family-Friendly Concerts, including The Composer is Dead!, The Story of Babar, Dracula’s Blues, The Nutcracker, and Britten’s Young Person’s Guide, as well as singing Argento’s The Boor and A Few Words about Chekov. Jake lives in St. Paul and freelances as a singer, actor, music director and composer. He has appeared with many regional organizations, including The Minnesota Orchestra (Mozart’s The Magic Flute; Bernstein’s Mass; Puccini’s Tosca), The Flying Foot Forum/Guthrie Theater (Alice in Wonderland; Heaven), The Children’s Theatre Company (The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins), History Theatre (Baby Case, Coco’s Diary and The St. Paul Gangster Musical), G.R.E.A.T. Theatre (Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof), Ten Thousand Things (The Music Man), Skylark Opera (including On the Town and The Merry Widow), Park Square Theatre (Oliver Twist and Oh, Coward!), Paul Bunyan Playhouse (including Georg in She Loves Me and music directing The Who’s TOMMY), Sapphire Chamber Consort (The Soldier’s Tale), and Frank Theatre (Puntila and Mother Courage).