Praised for his “lovely tone and deep expressivity” by The New York Times, GRAMMY® nominated tenor Brian Giebler radiates “shine and clarity” (Opera News) in every phrase using “his high-placed tenor with great skill” (Opera Magazine). His debut solo album a lad’s love garnered high praise from Gramophone, Opera News, and San Francisco Classical Voice, and earned him his first GRAMMY® Award nomination for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album.
In 2022/23, Mr. Giebler can be seen in Considering Matthew Shepard at Music at Trinity Wall Street, with the Rhode Island Philharmonic (Messiah), Voices of Ascension (Bach St. John Passion Evangelist), and make return appearances with Santa Fe Pro Musica, Boston Early Music Festival, and in a performance of Bach’s B Minor Mass at Carnegie Hall with the Oratorio Society of NY.
“The sweetness of Giebler’s impressive high tenor” and his “expressive and elegant phrasing” (Cleveland Classical) have been heard recently as Apollo in Handel’s Semele with The English Concert under Harry Bicket; Stravinsky with The Cleveland Orchestra; Adam in REV 23 at the Prototype Festival; Arnalta in Monteverdi’s Poppea with Boston Baroque; Evangelist in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with Trinity Wall Street; Bach Cantatas with the Grand Rapids Symphony and Handel & Haydn Society; Handel’s Messiah with Music of the Baroque (available on recording), and the Charlotte, Memphis, and Virginia Symphonies; Haydn Creation with Santa Fe Pro Musica; and on stage with Boston Modern Orchestra Project and Boston Early Music Festival. Last season highlights included a tour of the Ravinia and Caramoor Festivals with Apollo’s Fire, and Handel’s L’Allegro, il Penseroso with Mark Morris Dance Group (BAM).
More information available at: www.briangiebler.com.