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Name: Bryce Westervelt
Skills: Singer, Soloist (Tenor soloist available for Opera, Oratorio, Recital, and special events)
Phone: +1 (727) 834 8948
Address: New Port Richey, Florida 34655, United States
Links: Website     E-mail
American tenor, Bryce Westervelt, has sung with professional opera companies, orchestras and choral groups across the United States. He has been characterized as a “light tenor with a charming ease in the stylistic subtleties of early music” Washington Post, having a “delicately nuanced lyric voice” Washington Times, and as being both “vocally seductive and tonally impressive” Monterey Herald.

Mr. Westervelt’s concert repertoire spans over 30 major works including those of Monteverdi, Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Rossini, Verdi and Dvorak. As concert soloist he has performed with several leading ensembles including the Folger Consort (early music ensemble of the National Shakespeare Library), Washington Bach Consort, Cathedral Choral Society (of the National Cathedral), Albany Pro Musica, Connecticut Choral Artists, Hartford Symphony, Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, National Chamber Orchestra, Annapolis Symphony and several other choral and orchestral groups throughout the United States. He has performed in several prestigious venues including the Washington National Cathedral, The National Building Museum, The German Embassy, the Smithsonian, and the Arts Club of Washington.

On the opera stage, his roles include Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore, Ferrando in Cosí fan tutte, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Idamante in Idomeneo, and Almaviva in I Barbiere di Siviglia. He has performed with Opera Roanoke, FloriMezzo Opera, Concert Opera of Philadelphia, Summer Opera Theater (Catholic University), the 20th Century Consort (Smithsonian Institute), the Washington Savoyards, and the Maryland Opera Studio.

Mr. Westervelt was a finalist in the 2000 Bethlehem Bach Festival Competition and received the prestigious Virginia Best Adams Fellowship at the Carmel Bach Festival in 2000. Mr. Westervelt was a member of the Berkshire Opera Young Artist Development program and spent two summers as a member of the Brevard Music Center Opera Workshop. He holds a Master of Music in Opera Performance from the University of Maryland where he was a student of François Loup and a Bachelor of Music Performance from the University of Georgia, where he was a student of Gregory Broughton.In 2006/07, Mr. Westervelt’s exciting season includes debuts in the Central Florida Bach Festival in Handel’s Saul and with the Canterbury Choral Society in Oklahoma City as the tenor soloist in Dave Brubeck’s oratorio To Hope! He also has return engagements with the Washington Bach Consort in a staged performance of Bach’s Drama per Musica BWV 205, Lake Wales Chorale in Vaughan Williams’ Hodie, and as the featured soloist in Howard Blake’s Benedictus with the Southwest Florida Symphony, among others. More information can be found at



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