Tenor Byron Singleton has been featured in opera and concert throughout the United States. Said to “possess a beautiful tenor voice reminiscent of the great artists of the past” — Hudson Register Star. New York credits include Carnegie Hall, the Rose Theater, David Geffen Hall, and The Metropolitan Opera. Most recently Byron was heard as Cavaradossi in “Tosca” conducted by Maestro Anton Coppola, the title role in LES CONTES D’HOFFMANN with Vocal Productions NYC, Riccardo in UN BALLO IN MASCHERA at Symphony Space, and Der Steuermann in DER FLIEGENDE HOLLANDER with the United Nations Orchestra. He recently made his solo Carnegie Hall debut with the Mimesis Ensemble in a concert featuring the music of Bernstein and Sondheim. Other recent roles include Rodolfo in LA BOHEME, BF Pinkerton in MADAMA BUTTERFLY, and Foresto in ATTILA. Byron has sung in numerous productions at the Metropolitan Opera (Chorus). An avid oratorio singer and recitalist the 2016/17 season featured Byron as the Tenor soloist in the MESSIAH with the Oratorio Society of Queens, BEETHOVEN’S MASS IN C, HAYDN’S LORD NELSON MASS, and Judas JUDAS MACCABAEUS with The Great Neck Choral Society. In addition, he was the principal singer in a new reimagining of Schumann’s DICHTERLIEBE which he performed at The Mile Square Theater in NJ with the ZenSpace Dance Company and original artwork backdrops. Other solo oratorio work includes: BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY #9, BEETHOVEN CHORALE FANTASY, ELIJAH, VERDI REQUIEM, BACH MAGNIFICAT, MOZART REQUIEM, MOZART C MINOR MASS, and THE 7 LAST WORDS OF DUBOIS. Byron is also thrilled to have made his Off-Broadway theatrical debut this season as the First Guard in Fusion Theater’s production of Jean Anouilh’s ANTIGONE on Theater Row, and as a Guest Artist with the NYCity Slickers in BROADWAY AND BLUEGRASS at Feinstein’s/54 Below.