Brian Leduc, a native of Detroit, attended Wayne State University for undergraduate work in instrumental education and voice performance. Brian has sung with myriad choral groups and has found much success working with choirs and soloists from across the state of Michigan as an adjudicator and clinician with MSVMA (Michigan School Vocal Music Association). He accompanies and directs regularly. Following a 10 year post as Assistant Director of Music at Christ Church Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Brian currently takes residence on the music staff at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Detroit.
He appears as a tenor soloist regularly in the Detroit area and internationally for works such as Handel’s “Messiah,” Verdi’s “Requiem,” and others, including a long list of relatively new works. Mainstage operatic credits include Spoletta (Tosca), Monostatos (Magic Flute), and Don Basilio (Marriage of Figaro), among others. Opera News quotes Brian as having a “ringing tenor” and being “especially impressive…with firm tonal impact.”