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Vocal Resume

Approximate range: D#2–A4

Roles:
Bass chorus, Handel, Messiah, St. Cecilia Chorus 2011
Ivan/Bass chorus, J. Strauss, Die Fledermaus, Brooklyn Repertory Opera 2010
Lakai, R. Strauss, Ariadne on Naxos, Brooklyn Repertory Opera 2009
Silvano/Bass chorus, Verdi, A Masked Ball, Brooklyn Repertory Opera 2009
Bass soloist/chorus, Gluck, Orpheus and Euridice, Brooklyn Repertory Opera 2008
Antonio/Chorus, Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro, Brooklyn Repertory Opera 2008
Baritone Chorus, Amelia Manning art song “Herbstagg” (world premiere), Columbia University 2008
Bass chorus, Mascagni, Cavalleria Rusticana, Brooklyn Repertory Opera 2008
Second Prisoner/Bass chorus, Beethoven, Fidelio, Brooklyn Repertory Opera 2007
Bass chorus, bass concertino group, Brahms, German Requiem, Collegium Westchester 2004
Dottore Grenvil (cover)/Bass chorus/Picador, Verdi, La Traviata, Bronx Opera 2004
Guest Vocalist, Shepherd Center, Indianapolis 2002
Balthasar, Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, IUPUI Stagecrafters, Indianapolis 2002
Balthasar/Sexton, Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, Spotlight Players, Danville, IN 2001

Choirs:
St. Cecilia Chorus 2011-present
Unity Church of Jacksonville Choir 2012
New York Metro Mass Choir 2004
Voices in Unity, Unity Church of New York 2003-2011
Unity Church Choir, Unity of Indianapolis (also soloist; song leader) 1994-2003

Crew:
† Hansel and Gretel, Brooklyn Repertory Opera, 2008 (designer/builder: oven; stage crew)
† Maxim/Bud Light Exposure, Big Shoulders Productions, New York, 2005 (production assistant)
† Broken Panes; experimental 16mm film short, Staten Island, 2005 (producer/director/writer/editor/camera)
† Oz En Gage; documentary digital video project (in the can), Fayetteville, NY, 2004 (producer/director/writer/editor/camera)
† Playing Doctor, Jazzmyn Banks Productions, New York, 2004 (production assistant)
† The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder, The College of Staten Island, 2003 (crew)
† Across Indiana; segment in 3 February 2003 episode, “On the Trail of John Hunt Morgan”, Public Broadcasting Service, 2003 (producer/director/writer/editor)
† Meeting of Minds by Steve Allen, Stage Actors Workshop, Indianapolis 2002 (assistant director)
† A Christmas Carol, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis 2000 (production assistant)
† My Brother Was My Mother’s Only Child by Sharon Jean Hamilton, American Cabaret Theatre, Indianapolis 2000 (assistant director)
† How to Make Dhyrak, a Dramatic Work for Three Players and Camera with Only Two Players, Cracks in the Fourth Wall Filmworks 1999 (director/camera/editor/conception)
† Emerald City by David Williamson (excerpt), in-class project 1998 (director, lighting)
† The Quest for _____, Blank Films/Cracks in the Fourth Wall Filmworks 1998 (director/writer/camera)

Education:
Master of Arts in Cinema Studies, The College of Staten Island/The City University of New York 2005
Bachelor of Arts in English and Communication, Indiana University – Purdue University at Indianapolis 1999

Teachers: David Friedman, Denise Sherman, Phillip Carey

Conductors: Steven Francis Vasta, Yoon Jae Lee, Eric Kramer, Michael Spierman, Conrad Chu, Elizabeth Scott, Britt Hall, Denise Sherman, Campbell Rightmeyer, Roger Malouf, Christopher Fecteau, Harry Saltzman, Jennifer Peterson, Francesco Lecce-Chong, Jason Wirth

Directors: Charmaine Chester, Max Rosen, Frank Liska, Brett Wynkoop, Nathaniel Merchant, Deborah Coatney, Joe Cook

Composer:
Song of the Man-Thing (opera in progress based on the Marvel comicbook; permission pending) 2009-present
Work for Solo Cello 2008
(song setting (completely new music for same text each time):
Much Ado About Nothing, IUPUI Stagecrafters, Indianapolis 2002
Much Ado About Nothing, Spotlight Players, Danville, Indiana 2001

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