Jennifer Brennan-Hondorp

Kishna Davis

Pamela Hinchman

Pamela Hinchman

Teresa Seidl

Shawnette Sulker

Stella Zambalis

Buffy Baggott

Misty Bermudez

Julia Elise Hardin

Jennifer Lane

Carol Sparrow

Michelle Wrighte

Robert Bracey

Benjamin Brecher

James Doing

Randolph Locke

Jeffrey Springer

Mark Thomsen

Bradley Williams

Graham Fandrei

Kenneth Overton

Frederick Reeder

Charles Robert Stephens

Gerard Sundberg

James Patterson

Additional Artists

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Benjamin Brecher, tenor

Don Ottavio, Don Giovanni
"
Benjamin Brecher, a suave aristocratic Don Ottavio, sang the long graceful phrases of his role with ease and elegance of tone” Maria Nockin, Opera Japan

Concert
“(Mr.Goulet’s) was one of several heroically sized performances (Ron Raines, Brent Barrett, Benjamin Brecher and Julia Migenes nearly matched him) in an evening that emphasized semi-operatic numbers from ‘Brigadoon.’” Stephen Holden, The New York Times

Count Almaviva, Il Barbiere di Siviglia

“Benjamin Brecher, who sang the Count, seems like a find, a real lyric tenor with a bright, clean sound and a pliant legato.” Anthony Tommasini, The Boston Globe

Ferrando, Cosi fan Tutte
“Benjamin Brecher, a sweet-voiced tenor, was Ferrando . . . He brought supple lyricism to the difficult, high lying aria, “Un aura amorosa.’” Anthony Tommasini, The Boston Globe

Concert
“Heading the cast of 13 guest performers in this staged touring production was tenor Benjamin Brecher as the centerpiece vocalist, who lent a lilt, clarity and those requisite long, high notes to old favorites like “Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra,” and “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling.’” Jane Vranish, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Berlioz Requiem
“. . . this was one of the highlights of the evening. The timbre of Brecher’s voice is pure and rich in dramatic quality. His performance last night was engaging, polished, and honest.”
Steven Cornelius, The Toledo Blade

Don Ottavio, Don Giovanni
“. . . while golden-voiced tenor Benjamin Brecher, as Don Ottavio, provided some of the best purely vocal moments. Bill Rice, The Daily Gazette

Don Ottavio, Don Giovanni
“Tenor Benjamin Brecher as her betrothed, Don Ottavio, throttles back to match her - but turns it up a notch with beautifully controlled emotion in his own arias, especially “Dalla sua pace” in Act I.”
Phil Drew, The Troy Record

Don Ottavio, Don Giovanni
Brecher’s arias “Dalla sua pace” and “Il mio tesoro,” both stellar tenor vehicles, were delivered with agile warmth and exquisite beauty . . . ”Clifton J. Noble, Jr., Union News

In Concert
“Tenor Benjamin Brecher...was a hands down favorite with his heartfelt rendition of “Danny Boy” . . . Brecher knows how to milk ‘em holding out high notes and pausing in all the right places.”
Whitney Smith, The Indianapolis Star

“. . . and tenor Benjamin Brecher were the attractive young singers who displayed clear, well-trained voices in solos and ensembles. Among many highlights were Brecher’s limpid, bilingual “Dein ist mein ganzes Herz’ . . .”
Diane Windeler, San Antonio Express-News

“One highlight is Benjamin Brecher’s pure voice leading the men’s ensemble in the haunting “Homeward Bound.” David A. Rosenberg, Back Stage Online

“No evening of the music of Erin would be valid without an Irish tenor, and Benjamin Brecher, an opera singer slumming it, filled that role beautifully. His nicely understated “Danny Boy” was but one of the high points he contributed.” Punch Shaw, Star-Telegram

“Few things in music are more enchanting than a truly fine tenor, and in Benjamin Brecher we had it all.”
Rebecca Coudret, Evansville Courier & Press

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