Brandon Bell
(He/Him) Brandon Bell (he/him/his) is a baritone hailing from Suffolk, Virginia, currently in his first year as a Resident Artist with Pittsburgh Opera. After an exciting 2021/22 season, including performances with Fort Worth Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, White Snake Projects, and the Cape Symphony, Mr. Bell's upcoming season sees his debuts companies including Pittsburgh Opera and the Brooklyn Art Song Society.
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Currently Performing
Le nozze di Figaro
Il Conte (Cover)
Pittsburgh Opera
Stratagem Artists, New York, NY
Justin Werner
Stratagem Artists, New York, NY
Rebecca Townsend
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Brandon Bell

Brandon Bell (he/him/his) is a young baritone making waves in the operatic landscape within North America. In 2021-22, Mr. Bell joined Fort Worth Opera as one of their Lesley Resident Artists where he appeared as Gomez in the world premiere production of Zorro. Additionally, Mr. Bell covered the role of Germont and sang Baron Douphol in Fort Worth Opera’s production of La traviata, and joined White Snake Projects for their concerts Sing Out Strong: Incarcerated Voices. Mr. Bell also made debuts with Houston Grand Opera in a workshop of Another City (Beck / Fleischmann) and Cape Symphony as the bass soloist in Beethoven's 9th Symphony. In the summer of 2022, Mr. Bell will return to Des Moines Metro Opera, singing Jim and covering Jake in Porgy & Bess, and covering Thomas McKeller in the midwest premiere of American Apollo (Geter / Palmer). Following this, Mr. Bell will join Pittsburgh Opera as a Resident Artist where he will sing Denis in Denis and Katya (Venables / Huffman), Huntsman in Rusalka, and cover the Count in the company's run of Le nozze di Figaro, as well as sing the role in a student matinée performance. In 2021, Mr. Bell finished his tenure as a Utah Opera Resident Artist, where he appeared in several virtually streamed concerts including Songs for Our Time and Light on the Horizon. On stage, he performed with Utah Opera as Dr. Grenvil in La traviata, the British Major in Silent Night, Montague Somers in Gentleman’s Island, and Garcia/Zuniga in La tragédie de Carmen. That summer, he was granted a fellowship at the Ravinia Festival’s Steans Music Institute in their program for singers where he studied and performed a variety of art song repertoire. He also joined Des Moines Metro Opera in 2021 as an Apprentice Artist where he covered the roles of Momus in Platée and Hawkins Fuller in Fellow Travelers and sang the roles of General Arlie and the Bartender in Fellow Travelers.

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