Robert Breault (operatic tenor) Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki ,Net worth More

Robert Breault is an American nationality personality he is well known for being an operatic tenor. Robert Breault was born in 1963 in the United States, is an American operatic tenor. if you want to know about his Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki, Net worth More then you must read this article till the end, here you will know about amazing facts about his lifestyle, we hope that this informative article will fulfill your queries.

Real Name Robert Breault
Nick Name Breault
Famous As operatic tenor
Age 58Years old
Birthday  1963
Birthplace Michigan
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality   American
Religion Christianity
Height 5feet 6Inch
Weight 67KG
Body Measurements unknown
Bra Cup Size unknown
Eye Color  unknown
Hair Color  unknown
Shoe Size unknown
Dating unknown
wife unknown
Net Worth 5Million$

Robert Breault  height weight &  Body Measurements;

Eye color Unknown
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height 5feet 6Inch
shoe size  Unknown
weight 67KG

Robert Breault  net   worth:

Net worth 5Million$
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Monthly earnings None
yearly earnings 5Million$

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Robert Breault  Marriage   & Relationship status:

Marital Status  Married
Marriage Date None
Girlfriend Single
wife Single
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Robert Breault outline:

  • He is known for his work with opera companies that include New York City Opera, San Francisco Opera, Michigan Opera Theatre, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Florentine Opera, Arizona Opera, Portland Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Edmonton Opera, Opera Hamilton, Opéra de Nice, Atlanta Opera, Arizona Opera, Chautauqua Opera, Madison Opera, New Orleans Opera, Opera Orchestra of New York, Opera Pacific, Utah Symphony and Opera, and Washington Concert Opera.
  • His extensive concert career includes performances with orchestras that include, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, Florida Orchestra, Il Complesso Barocco, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony, Montreal Symphony, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, National Symphony Orchestra (Washington, D.C.), National Symphony Orchestra (Taiwan), L’Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal, Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Orquesta Sinfonica Sinaloa de las Artes, Mazatlán, Mexico, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Puerto Rico, Pacific Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, Santa Fe Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, St. Lawrence Choir, Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Utah Symphony and Opera, The Vancouver Bach Choir, The Vancouver Chamber Choir, and the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
  • As a performer Breault is known for his strong acting skills and diverse repertoire, which ranges from Handel to current. He was honored by New York City Opera in 2007 with a ‘Kolozsvar Award’ for his performance in Handel’s ‘’Semele’’. He has recorded several world premieres, including James DeMars’ opera ‘’Guadalupe’’ and his oratorio An American Requiem with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and Laurent Petitgirard’s Joseph Merrick dit Elephant Man.
  • Active as a singing teacher since 1992, Breault has trained and worked with several successful singers including Celena Shafer, Paula Delligatti, Jennifer Larson, Gary Moss, Chad Hilligus, and Hugo Vera. He works regularly as a voice teacher and director with the La Musica Lirica training program in Novafeltria, Italy. He is also active as a recitalist and had presented two debut recitals with the San Francisco Opera Schwabacher Debut Recital series. Robert’s dual role as singer and educator has been noted by the likes of Brian Kellow who, upon hearing Breault in Handel’s Semele at New York City Opera, wrote a summary of his career in 2007 for Opera News.
  • Robert Breault (born 1963) is an American operatic tenor. Born in Michigan, he holds a B.M. degree (magna cum laude) from St. Norbert College (1985) from which he received a distinguished alumni award in 1997. In addition, he holds a M.M. (1987), and a D.M.A. (1991) from the University of Michigan where he studied voice with soprano Lorna Haywood. His early training also included two years of study at the San Francisco Merola Opera Program, and an internship with Michigan Opera Theatre. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah where he teaches voice and serves as Director of Opera at the University of Utah School of Music.

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