Aubry Bryan Bio
Aubry Bryan, tenor, is a New York resident dedicated to his New Orleans birthplace.
Mr. Bryan has performed in opera, concerts, oratorio, recital, and film throughout the United States, Europe, and the Caribbean. He has performed with the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York, the Salzburg and Breganz Festivals in Austria, the Bermuda Symphony Orchestra, New York Grand Opera at Carnegie Hall, Westside Orchestra of New York, American Music Theatre Festival at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C., Little Opera Theatre of New York, Oberlin Baroque Festival and the Martinique Opera Festival. Mr. Bryan is the tenor soloist with the Grace Bumbry Black Musical Ensemble, which has toured and performed at the Salzburg Festival, Mannheim, Stuttgart, Cologne, Frankfort, Hanover, Hamburg, Lubeck, Berlin, New York [Carnegie Hall], New Orleans, Memphis, St. Louis and Nashville Mr. Bryan is the tenor soloist with the Grace Bumbry Black Musical Ensemble, which has toured and performed at the Salzburg Festival, Austria. Mannheim, Stuttgart, Cologne, Frankfort, Hanover, Hamburg, Lubeck and Berlin Germany. New Orleans, Memphis, St. Louis, Nashville and Carnegie Hall, New York.
Over the past decade Mr. Bryan has presented lecture/recitals on the music and poetry of French and New Orleans Créole Composers. "Mon Pauvre Coeur,”, “Les Musique des Créoles Noirs” and “An Evening with Chevalier de Saint-Georges”. Performances have taken him to New York, Washington D.C. [Mason Francaise], Birmingham, Southern University Baton Rouge, Southeastern University Hammond, Xavier University, New Orleans, Columbia University New York, Paris and Berlin.