Brendan Fitzgerald, Baritone
Bass-baritone Brendan Fitzgerald was featured as a soloist in Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 under the direction of David Hill, as well as the role of Adam in Haydn’s Creation, directed by Jeffery Douma. Brendan has also performed a concert of Bach Lutheran Masses as one of the baritone soloists with Yale Schola Cantorum and Julliard415, conducted by Masaaki Suzuki, Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis pacem under the direction of Marguerite Brooks, and Charpentier’s Te deum under the direction of Simon Carrington. Additionally, he was the bass soloist in selections from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and Stravinsky’s Les noceswith Yale Camerata under the direction of Marguerite Brooks. Brendan has recently received his master’s degree in Early Music Voice from the Yale School of Music.