Brian Cheney's debut solo album of classic tenor arias.
Brian Cheney as the soloist in Frank Ticheli's Symphony No. 1 with the Ohio State University Wind Symphony.

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Critical Acclaim for
Brian Cheney's
Los Angeles Debut in Tosca

Stage and Cinema

"Exceeding My Expectations"

"It is tenor Brian Cheney as the brave painter Cavaradossi who really blew me away. Cheney has that terrific tenor sound: the power, richness, and vocal color of a high baritone combined with ringing, awe-inspiring high notes."

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LA Weekly

"A Tosca with Amazing Singing"

"There are two major stars-to-be here: Patrick Blackwell, Scarpia, and Brian Cheney, whose bright, focused tones ring out heroically as Mario Cavaradossi. Seeing them in (such) an intimate venue...should give you unimpeachable bragging rights ten years from now."

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LA Weekly

"Highly Recommended"

"...the standout is Brian Cheney as Cavaradossi. Amplified by the resonant hall acoustic, his pure, bold tenor fills the space with humanity and pathos."

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LA Weekly

"Triumphal Tosca"

"Cheney's potent tones found their clarion marks like fated arrows ––(and) his acting was as fine as his voice. Cheney's rooftop rendition of the romanza E lucevan le stelle ("And the stars were shining") brimmed with felt pathos. Voiced in the cool night air, the romanza revealed a breathtaking immediacy that palatial opera houses cannot touch."

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Video Documentary

View this captivating six part video chronicling Brian's journey as a singer from the early stages of his career to the release of his acclaimed debut solo album!

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