Los Angeles-based tenor, composer, and conductor, William Grundler is overjoyed to once again sing with Pacific Opera Project.

Previous roles with POP include L’Arithmétique in L'enfant et les sortilèges, Arturo in Lucia di Lammermoor, Herbert in the world premiere of The Monkey’s Paw, Gastone in La Traviata, and Remendado in the televised production of Carmen at The Ford Theatre. 

Other recent roles include the Governor and Vanderdendur in Angels Vocal Art’s Candide and Spoletta in Sacramento Opera’s Tosca. Additionally, William made his Carnegie Hall debut performing scenes as Il Duca and Nemorino in scenes from Rigoletto and L’elisir d’amore, respectively.

Having performed as a soloist with the Santa Clarita Master Chorale, William has also sung choral works with Opera Santa Barbara, the LA Phil, the LA Master Chorale, and Long Beach Opera.

In Autumn 2021 William made his LA Opera Chorus debut in Tannhäuser and sang studio sessions at the acclaimed EastWest Studios. William also conducts, arranges, and sings for St. Michael Antiochian Orthodox Church in Van Nuys.