LANCE BERNARD BRYANT
A native of Rochester, NY, Lance Bernard Bryant is acclaimed for his smooth, rich baritone.
A graduate of the State University College at Fredonia, Lance received his Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance, while appearing in several roles including: Colas in Bastien und Bastienne, Gourmantus in The Egg, and Dr. Falke in Die Fledermaus.
While studying under the direction of Dr. Robert Wells, Lance won the Concerto Competition at Fredonia. As an active member of the academic community, he was also a Fraternity Education Officer in the Rho Chi chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
In 2011 Lance joined the cast as a co-lead vocalist in Cirque Du Soleil's production of "ZAiA" in Macao, China.
Among his other notable performances, Lance was Delray in Memphis, Frederick in Smokey Joe's Cafe and was featured in Ralph Vaughan William's “Five Mystical Songs” with the Gregory Kunde Chorale.
Currently, Lance is a lead vocalist in the internationally acclaimed Rock & Roll, Vocal, and Grammy® Halls of Fame group, The Platters®.