Wednesday, May 1, 2013

John Brancy launches website

John Brancy: On left from website, on right from Twitter feed
This must be the week of launching new websites, as John Brancy joins Wes Mason in getting a new site up and running. Brancy is one of a slew of barihunks who have been impressing judges at vocal competitions lately. He is a recent winner of the Sullivan Foundation Grand Prize and career grant, took 1st Prize at the Classical Singer Magazine Competition, and received the Gold Award for Voice at the YoungArts Foundation competition. He is a 2nd Place winner in the Gerda Lissner and Liederkranz competitions, and 3rd place winner in the 2012 Montreal International Music Competition. Check out his website HERE.

Brancy performs the role of Papageno at the prestigious Music Academy of the West this summer in Santa Barbara. From June 11-19 he'll be at Le Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris performing John Adam's "I was looking at the ceiling and then I saw the sky." He also has upcoming performances at Oper Frankfurt, Gotham Chamber Opera, Pacific Opera Victoria,  Saskatoon Symphony and Regina Symphony.

You won't find sexy pictures like those on Wes Mason's site, but there is a generous supply of audio of video to enjoy. Like most young singers who are serious about a career, Brancy has a strong presence on social media. You can follow him on Twitter @JohnBrancy, Facebook and YouTube.

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