Mr. Brandon K. Harris
Mr. Brandon is a Grand Rapids Michigan native and a graduate of Aquinas College in 2016. He is presently works as the Choral Scholar and Director at Saint Stephen's Parish of Grand Rapids, after serving on the vocal music staff for years with the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp International Choral Ensemble. Brandon has played multiple feature leads in local and regional productions including the roles of Agwe in "Once on this Island”; The Who's "TOMMY", “Ain't Misbehavin”, “Hair”, also “The Music of Queen” and most recently was seen headlining Circle Theater’s production of “Don't Stop Til You Get Enough: The music of Michael Jackson”, “Ladies Night” and “Uptown Funk concerts at Circle Theatre.
He has also performed in local theater productions at Grand Rapids Civic Theater and Actors Theatre’s, including "A New Brain" in which he played Richard, (the “nice” nurse).
Mr. Brandon has shared the stage with world renowned artists such as: Shania Twain, Sarah Brightman, Bobby Mc Ferrin, Kenny Rogers, Take 6, and The New York Voices. He has performed at Carnegie Hall, both Avery Fischer & Alice Tully Halls in Lincoln Center (NYC), toured in numerous European countries, and also in South Africa. Brandon was a member of the award winning collegiate jazz ensembles: Shades of Blue (GRCC), Gold Company and GC Sextet (WMU). He is presently performs with Grand Rapids Choir of Men & Boys, The Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus, and Opera Grand Rapids where he has appeared in notable productions of: "Carmen", "The Flying Dutchman", “The Magic Flute”,“La Bohème” and “The Marriage of Figaro.” Brandon is proud to be a member of the world’s oldest and largest national fraternal society of music, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Mr. Brandon performed as lead vocalist alongside Ms. Serena Chandler for The Piano Cottage Rocks concerts at Wealthy Theater to rave reviews.
Mr. Brandon teaches at The Piano Cottage Boston Street Studio. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org