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Gregory Feldmann, baritone

Hailed for his "fresh and resonant voice" (Seen and Heard International),  New York-based baritone Gregory Feldmann is a rising artist on opera and recital stages alike. In May 2021, Feldmann reprised the role of Belcore in Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore with Juilliard Opera. A passionate recitalist, Feldmann enjoys a "luminous" partnership with pianist Nathaniel LaNasa (Oberon's Grove). The duo were winners of the 2019 Joy in Singing International Song Competition, and made their recital debut in Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall in February 2020. Feldmann and LaNasa will join the Royaumont Foundation as laureates in the 2021-22 Acadèmie Orsay. Feldmann’s 2020-21 has centered largely on the creation and performance of new works. He and LaNasa’s newest project, Monuments, features world premieres by Melinda Bargreen, Iván Enrique Rodríguez, and Curtis J. Stewart. He debuted with Brooklyn Art Song Society in May 2021, singing the world premiere of Scott Wheeler's Three Russian Nocturnes with pianist Michael Brofman. On the concert stage, Feldmann made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2018 with MasterVoices in Handel's Israel in Egypt under Ted Sperling. Feldmann is currently an Artist Diploma of Opera Studies candidate at The Juilliard School, studying with Elizabeth Bishop.