Artists Website: www.brandonjcoleman.com
Engagements during the 2013-14 season for Brandon Coleman include Marco in GIANNI SCHICCI with Opera in the James, PORGY AND BESS with Syracuse Opera and Bass Soloist in Beth Morrison Projects THE DIFFICULTY OF CROSSING A FIELD.
Brandon Coleman has been praised for his “exotic vocal coloring” by Opera News and “wonderful resonance” by Classical
"Brandon Coleman revealed an exotic vocal coloring well suited to the foreign doctor's mysticism. Coleman's delivery of Ibn-Hakia's aria — another high point of the opera — was gripping and well paced"
Singer. He commands the stage with his confidence and lures the audience with his voice. He has performed with the Opera Theatre of Northern Virginia, Bethesda Music Festival, Connecticut Opera, Connecticut Concert Opera, Opera New Jersey, Sarasota Opera, Broadway at the Dells, Tuscia Opera Festival, Dicapo Opera Theatre, Opera North, Toledo Opera, Central City Opera, and Syracuse Opera. Mr. Coleman has been most recognized for role appearances of Jesus in The Seven Last Words, Raimondo in Lucia di Lammermoor, The Crow in Pinocchio, Fred in Smokey Joe's Cafe, Sarastro in Die Zauberflote, Angelotti in Tosca, Ibn Hakia in Iolanta, and Parsons in The Cunning Little Vixen. In 2011, he made his international debut as a guest artist singing the role of Sarastro in Die Zauberflote with the Tuscia Opera Festival under the baton of Maestro Stefano Vignati. Brandon Coleman resides in Washington, DC. He received his Bachelors of Music degree from the University of Hartford Hartt School of Music. He currently studies with Andrea Del Giudice.