Jeremy Brauner

Jeremy Brauner

Jeremy is thrilled to be working with Dell’Arte Opera once again. In 2016 he made his Tenor debut as Alfredo in Dell’Arte opera’s production of La Traviata, and received the first place prize of the Martin Jeiven award from the company. In 2012 Jeremy received a BFA in musical theatre from Montclair State University, where he had his first opera experiences. He began his opera career in 2013 as a baritone participating in Sarasota Opera’s young artist program, originating new works with the International Brazilian Opera Company and placing in the semi finals of New Jersey State Opera’s Alfredo Silipigni vocal competition. In 2015, he began work with his teacher Carol Yahr to make a transition from baritone to tenor. Since then he has performed in various concerts, including a Verdi concert with the orchestra of St. Peters by the Sea conducted by maestro Alphonse Stephenson, as well as placing as a finalist in New York Lyric Opera vocal competition. Most recently, Jeremy performed the role of Fernando in the American premiere of La Zingara, produced by Amore Opera. He is grateful for the support of his friends and family.