Brian Chu holds an M.M.in Voice/Opera from the Peabody Conservatory of Music and a B.F.A. in Architecture from Cornell University. He has performed numerous roles with opera companies of Philadelphia, Washington, and Baltimore, and specializes in repertoire by Mozart, Rossini and Puccini. Brian Chu has been a Resident Artist with the Baltimore Opera Studio, the Caramoor Music Festival, and the Carmel Bach Festival. Recital performances have been at Carnegie’s Weill Hall, Merkin Hall, and Washington’s Phillips Collection, and concert engagements on five continents. He is an established oratorio and early music soloist with The King’s Noyse, Cathedral Choral Society, Concept Artists of Baltimore, the Dryden Ensemble, Hesperus, Piffaro, Philadelphia Singers, Brandywine Baroque, and many others. Brian Chu teaches on the voice faculties of Muhlenberg College, Swarthmore College, and Rowan University, and is director of the Swarthmore Art Song Salon Project.