Praised for his “lovely tone and deep expressivity” by the New York Times, GRAMMY® Nominated American tenor Brian Giebler is consistently gaining attention for his vocal “shine and clarity” (Opera News). His debut solo album, a lad's love on Bridge Records, has earned him his first GRAMMY® Nomination for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album (2021).
Praised for his “lovely tone and deep expressivity” by the New York Times, 2021 GRAMMY® Nominated American tenor Brian Giebler is consistently gaining attention for his vocal “shine and clarity” (Opera News). His debut solo album, a lad's love on Bridge Records, has earned international praise and has earned him his first GRAMMY® Nomination for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album (2021). “The sweetness of Giebler's impressive high tenor” and his "expressive and elegant phrasing" (Cleveland Classical) have been heard with The English Concert, The Cleveland Orchestra, the Prototype Festival, Boston Early Music Festival (2020 GRAMMY® nominee for Best Opera Recording), Boston Baroque, Grand Rapids Symphony, Naples Philharmonic, Mark Morris Dance Group (Mostly Mozart at Lincoln Center), Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Apollo’s Fire, Handel & Haydn Society, the Oratorio Society of New York (Carnegie Hall), and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra. Mr. Giebler has won awards at the Bethlehem Bach and American Traditions Competitions, and took second-place in the 2018 Lyndon Woodside Oratorio-Solo Competition at Carnegie Hall. An active crossover artist, “the dashing Giebler, whose voice would make anyone melt” (BroadwayWorld), received critical acclaim and a Gregory Award nomination for his “faultless high tenor” (Seattle Times) in the role of Marius in Les Misérables (Seattle, WA). In 2018, Mr. Giebler revisited the role of Jack in Into the Woods with Charlottesville Opera, where he was lauded for "his spotless tenor vocals (that were) a highlight of the production" (BroadwayWorld).
"...the beauty, sweetness, and youthful sheen of Brian Giebler's extremely fine tenor is ideally suited for this collection of English songs... more important is Giebler's innate sincerity, which is so intelligently allied with his choir boy-like tonal clarity that it unfailingly brings the beauty and meaning of his chosen songs and lyrics to the fore."
— San Francisco Classical Voice
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