The 28 year old baritone, Bryan Jolly, took an early interest in singing and joined the San Francisco Boy’s Chorus at the age of 10. Admission into the concert chorus allowed him opportunities to tour the world and sing in productions with the San Francisco Opera alongside several greats, like Renee Fleming, Susan Graham and Samuel Ramey. A graduate of San Francisco School of the Arts, he performed with several professional choirs in the Bay Area before moving to The Netherlands, where he completed his Bachelor's degree in vocal performance at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. Now a Master's student there, he studies with bass-baritone Frans Fiselier. Recently, Bryan appeared in master classes with Bo Skovhus and Elly Ameling. He is currently planning a recital series in The Netherlands with Maurice Lammerts van Bueren, and was featured in an original opera composed for the talent program at the Dutch National Opera House last season. He starred with Alexander Oliver in “For a Look or a Touch”, by Jake Heggie, for the Dutch National Opera’s 2017 Theater na de Dam event, which he is scheduled to repeat in 2018. For the second consecutive year, Bryan was selected to be a Participant in the American Bach Soloists Academy, where he will be performing his debut with ABS for the Monteverdi Vespers of 1610. When he is not singing, Bryan continues to pursue his passion for photography, for which he has won several awards.