Dylan Gentile has been a member of the LA Master Chorale since 2004, having performed in well over 100 concerts with the group at Disney Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. He received a Bachelor’s degree in music from USC and a Master’s degree from the Manhattan School of Music, both in piano performance.
Onstage, he recently portrayed Franco Hartmann in the LA Philharmonic’s landmark production of Meredith Monk’s opera Atlas, directed by Yuval Sharon. Live choral credits include Hans Zimmer Live and La La Land Live at the Hollywood Bowl. Outside of LA, Dylan has performed with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale and Spire Chorale in Kansas City.
Dylan has sung on dozens of film and television productions, recently providing the solo demonic voice for Warner Brothers’ The Nun. Choral film credits include Lady and the Tramp, Frozen, Us, Despicable Me 3, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, for which he also contracted the choir. He is also a regularly working pianist; recent television credits include providing rehearsal accompaniment for Transparent: A Musical Finale and A Christmas Story Live.