Bryan Lane

 
Seasons with Chorale: 1
Voice Part CHORALE: Tenor
Hometown: Thousand Oaks, California
Education/Training:
Artist Diploma in Early Music from Cornish College of the Arts; MM in Vocal Performance from UC Santa Barbara; BA Music from Westmont College
Do you also have a non-singing "day job"? If so, what do you do? Yes
Where else do you teach/gig/conduct/sing/perform?
Queen City Musicians, Opera Santa Barbara, Seattle Early Music Guild
Guest Appearances:
Parr in Eric Banks' opera trilogy Our Earth with Seattle Opera, Featured Performer with Seattle Early Dance
Recording/TV/Film:
Solo vocal library "Voice of Gaia: Bryn" with Soundiron Instruments; Solo trumpet recording on films Chicken Suit and The Sacrifice of Old San Juan by director A.K. Hottman
Highlights of your musical career:
Introducing opera to school children through Seattle Opera's "Opera in Schools" program; Unveiling a never-before-heard 11th-century plainchant mass at the Getty Center
 
Santa Fe Desert Chorale Winter Season 2014
Favorite choral work(s):
Bach's B minor Mass, Arvo Prt's Passio, Rachmaninoff's All-Night Vigil
A defining moment of favorite LA Master Chorale onstage experience:
For a Halloween themed concert I sang a particularly wild song by Henry Purcell during a strong storm. The storm knocked the lights out in the middle of my song. Undeterred, the band and I used candles from the stage to finish the show while the audience sat in complete darkness. The show must go on!
What are you listening to these days?
Built to Spill, Jason Molina, Andrew Bird, Les Doigts de L'Homme, Archangelo Corelli's Concerti Grossi, and many other things
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35th Annual Messiah Sing-Along
Tenor, Messiah
12/16/2015
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