Praised for his “finely focused and well-mannered” voice (Dallas MorningNews), tenor Brian Wallin has “proved [to be] another gifted tenor... who took the stage with flair and commitment”(Opera Today). Brian’s 2021-2022 season began with performances of Male Chorus in The Rape of Lucretia with An Opera Theatre (AOT), a return to Baltimore Concert Opera to perform as L’Abate di Chazeuil in Adriana Lecouvreur, and his Opéra de Montréal debut as Tamino The Magic Flute.The 2019-2020 season began with appearances with Austin Opera in the role of Borsa in Rigoletto and a reprised role of Count Almaviva in The Ghosts of Versailles with the Opéra Royal de Versailles, which he debuted at The Glimmerglass Festival in 2019. Brian continued his work with contemporary repertoire making his Opera Birmingham debut in a regional premiere of Independence Eve, a chamber opera commentatingon civil rights issues. During the 2018-2019 season, he made appearances in West Side Story with Lyric Opera of Kansas City and The Atlanta Opera and returned tothe Benenson Young Artist Program with Palm Beach Opera appearing in La Traviata and covering the role of Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni. He made his mainstage debut with Minnesota Opera in the World Premiere of The Fix followed by debuts with Shreveport Symphony Orchestra in St. Matthew Passion and Pacific Symphony in L’enfant et les sortilèges. Previous engagements include Third Jew in Salome (Minnesota Orchestra), The King of Eldorado in Candide (Opéra National de Bordeaux and Théâtre du Capitole), El Remendado in Carmen (Fort Worth Opera) and as the tenor soloist in St. John Passion (Lyric Opera of the North) and Carmina Burana (The Atlanta Ballet). Brian has appeared as a Young Artist with The Glimmerglass Festival, Palm Beach Opera, Opera Saratoga, and Fort Worth Opera. He proudly received both his Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Maryland and the Maryland Opera Studio.