Brandon J. Coleman
Brandon Coleman has been praised for his “exotic vocal coloring” by Opera News and “wonderful resonance” by Classical Singer. He commands the stage with his confidence and lures the audience with his voice. Brandon’s 2016/2017 season includes debuts with Hawaii Opera Theatre as Ferrando in Verdi’s Il Trovatore; two productions with Utah Opera Festival as Crown in Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess and as Joe in Kern’s Showboat, and returning back to Opera on the James to reprise the role of Sparafucile in Verdi’s Rigoletto.
He has performed with the Kentucky Opera, Sarasota Opera, Central City Opera, Chatauqua Opera, Utah Opera Festival, Opera Theatre of Northern Virginia, Connecticut Opera, Connecticut Concert Opera, Opera New Jersey, Tuscia Opera Festival, Dicapo Opera Theatre, Opera North, Toledo Opera, Opera on the James, Tri-Cities Opera, Middlebury Opera, and Syracuse Opera.
Mr. Coleman has been most recognized for role appearances as Mephistopheles in Faust, Ibn Hakia in Iolanta, Joe in Showboat, Jesus in The Seven Last Words, Crown in Porgy and Bess, Fred in Smokey Joe’s Cafe.
In 2011, he made his international debut as a guest artist singing the role of Sarastro in Die Zauberflote with the Tuscia Opera Festival under the baton of Maestro Stefano Vignati.
Brandon Coleman resides in the New York City area. He received his Bachelor’s of Music degree from the University of Hartford Hartt School of Music. He currently studies with the remarkable Andrea Delgiudice.