American tenor Brett Sprague has been lauded for his mellifluous voice and thrilling dramatic interpretations throughout the United States. His operatic repertoire exceeds thirty roles, spanning the gamut of musical styles and periods. Equally comfortable in traditional and modern repertoire, Mr. Sprague has impressed audiences and critics with his portrayal of classic and cutting edge characters. A versatile artist, Mr. Sprague also enjoys his time on the concert stage. He has performed as a soloist in concerts across North America in venues such as the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall, The Ellie Caulkins Opera House, The Festival Internacional Alfonso Ortiz Tirado, and the Historic Amphitheatre at the Chautauqua Institution. This season, Mr. Sprague will make two debuts in Germany as he begins his work in Europe. Along with his performance pursuits, Mr. Sprague has begun to make a name for himself as an up and coming director and coach for young artists. This season, he continues his work as the Assistant Director of the Opera Colorado Young Artist Program and begins a new position on the faculty of the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival. Originally from Tacoma, Washington, Mr. Sprague now makes his home in New York City and Munich, Germany. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from Chapman University and his Master of Music degree from The Manhattan School of Music.