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Hailed as a “faultless high tenor” (Seattle Times) with “gleaming tones” (South Florida Classical Review), tenor Brian Giebler is active nationwide as both a soloist and chamber musician. Brian recently appeared as a soloist in Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil with the Handel Choir of Baltimore, where he was praised for his “great elegance of tone and phrasing” (Baltimore Sun). Other recent solo engagements include Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with Conspirare, Bach’s St. John Passion with Tucson Chamber Artists, Mozart’s Requiem with the Saganaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Bach’s Magnificat with Seraphic Fire, and his Carnegie Hall solo debut singing Haydn’s Missa Sancti Nicolai under the auspices of Anton Armstrong and the New York City Chamber Orchestra. Currently based in New York City, he is a member of the Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street. With “one of the purest tenor voices” (DramaIntheHood) “that would make anyone melt” (BroadwayWorld), Brian recently received much critical acclaim as Marius in a regional production of Les Misérables.