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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Gerard Sundberg, baritone

Reviews and Recommendations

Reviews and Recommendations

Regarding the CD: Singer on a Journey

….Your voice sounds fresh, clear, and the color is very beautiful. Your range is quite amazing, the head voice and certain vowels in the upper register are simply magnificent. That is not to say the rest is not! I’m very partial to the Four Last Songs of Brahms and your command of the diction and involvement in the text were remarkable. John Nelson, conductor

Regarding the CD: Singer on a Journey

….I have known Gerard Sundberg for many years. While with the Oregon Bach Festival in Eugene he has done important solo performances.

Now I have received his new CD where he sings a program with solo songs. Again, Gerard shows his beautiful voice and its exceptionally stunning high range, but also a perfect command of the German language and high musicality. Helmuth Rilling, conductor

Handel Messiah

Gerard Sundberg’s strong baritone filled the church with little apparent effort. His recitatives and arias remained focused and filled with energy. In his aria “The trumpet shall sound” he demonstrated excellent range, control and diction. Columbus, Indiana

Duruflé Requiem

Gerard Sundberg deserves commendation for his dramatic delivery of the text “I am made to tremble” in the “Libera me”

The Register-Guard of Eugene, Oregon, Oregon Bach Festival,

Bach Mass in B minor.

Bass soloist Gerard Sundberg presented a fluid and facile voice on his two solos.

Kalamazoo Gazette

Brahms Requiem

Baritone Gerrard Sundberg delivered his solos with a nice silken sound and obvious personal involvement with the text. Chautauquan Daily August 2, 2004

Haydn Paukenmesse

Regarding Gerard Sundberg, I was extremely impressed -- he was the highlight of the evening. His work in the Vaughan Williams was extraordinary -- great tone, wonderful diction (which in Duke Chapel is of utmost importance) and compelling phrasing and presence. I'd be pleased to have him back for something in the future.
Scott Freck, North Carolina Symphony (Feb 2005)

Dear Jean,
We had our Messiah last Saturday and you were right! Jerry Sundberg was stunning!! His singing was incredible, he fit extremely well with the rest of the quartet, and he was very nice and easy to work with.
Eileen Terrill Independence Symphony November 2005

Lee Hoiby: I have a Dream,
With his powerful voice (well able to ride the most voluminous orchestral climaxes) and very clear diction, he was able to validate the gripping text, focusing attention on the words, right where it should be.

Beethoven Ninth Symphony: While the bass solo part is most often assigned to a true bass or bass-baritone, Gerard Sundberg had the power, incisiveness and handsome tone to make a galvanizing statement of his entire part. Beginning with his fist-shaking recitative, Sundberg made of his solo and ensemble work an imposing statement. Erik Eriksson, Appleton Post Crescent 2007

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