Hailed as “most impressive… with bright, clear tone and lively personality” (New York Times), tenor Brian Giebler performs nationwide as a soloist and chamber musician. Brian has been commended as a “faultless high tenor” (Seattle Times) with “great elegance of tone and phrasing” (Baltimore Sun). He made his Carnegie Hall solo debut this past season in Haydn’s Missa Sancti Nicolai under the baton of Anton Armstrong, and his Lincoln Center solo debut in Handel’s Messiah with Trinity Wall Street. Brian performs with ensembles throughout the country, including Grammy® award-winning Conspirare of Austin and Grammy®-nominated Seraphic Fire of Miami, and he is a member of the Grammy®-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street in Manhattan, where he currently resides. Recent notable solo engagements include Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 with Green Mountain Project (“splendid… agile figuration,” Boston Music Intelligencer), and Bach’s Magnificat with Seraphic Fire (“gleaming tones,” South Florida Classical Review).

Other recent solo engagements include Handel’s Messiah with the Handel Choir of Baltimore; Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 with Spire Chamber Ensemble; Handel’s Esther with the choir of St. Luke in the Fields; Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with Conspirare; Bach’s St. John Passion with Tucson Chamber Artists; Mozart’s Requiem with the Saganaw Bay Symphony Orchestra; Bach’s Cantata 6, 12, 93, 94, 119, and 120 with the Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra; and Bach’s Magnificat with the Ann Arbor Symphony and the Seattle-based Octava Chamber Orchestra.

Brian can be heard performing with ensembles throughout the country including TENET, Blue Heron, Clarion Music Society (NYC), Handel and Haydn Society, Green Mountain Project, Yale Choral Artists, Tucson Chamber Artists, Spire, Ekmeles, Musica Sacra (NYC), the Seattle-based Tudor Choir and Byrd Ensemble, ABENDCHOR, and Sounding Light. While living in Seattle, Brian was a member of the Seattle Opera Chorus where he performed Puccini’s La Bohème and Wagner’s Götterdämmerung. 

For more information, please visit www.briangiebler.com.