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Jeremy Brauner

"Jeremy Brauner ... has grown into a voice of unbridled power, with a spine-tingling squillo and a brassy tone that demands attention like a bugle’s call to arms."
- Chris Ruel - Operawire - 2021

A finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council competition north east region (2019), and a grant recipient of both the Wagner Society of New York (2020) as well as the Olga Forrai Foundation (2022), Jeremy Brauner has been receiving recognition and accolade as an up and coming dramatic tenor.

In 2012, Jeremy received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in musical theatre from Montclair State University where he had his first experience with opera. He began his opera career as a baritone starring in Rossini’s (La scala di seta) and (La cambiale di matrimonio).


In 2016 he made his debut as a Tenor performing the role of Alfredo (La traviata) with dell’Arte Opera Ensemble. Since then he has performed such roles as Cavaradossi (Tosca), Ricardo (Un ballo in maschera), Calaf (Turandot), Manrico (Il trovatore), and Canio (Pagliacci).


In 2020 he debuted as B.F Pinkerton (Madama butterfly) with Cedar Rapids Opera Theatre and starred in Teatro Grattacielo’s filmed production of (Fedora) as Loris. In 2021 he joined New Amsterdam Opera and performed the role of Arrigo (I vespri sicilliani), a performance described by OperaWire as “a voice of unbridled power, with a spine-tingling squillo”.


In 2022 Jeremy made numerous role debuts. He joined New York City opera in the World premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon’s ‘The Garden of the Finzi Continis’ as Giorgio and Teatro Grattacielo as Il Montecchio in Zondanai’s Giullette e Romeo. He joined with Boheme Opera of New Jersey as the Duke of Mantua (Rigoletto) as well as Opera Modesto as Rodolfo (La boheme). He later revived his performance of Rigoletto with Resonance Works and Nickel City Opera, and in the summer of 2022 he joined Opera North in their 40th season as Alfredo (La traviata).

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