Edward Graybill, Tenor soloist

Edward Graybill is from Fox Chapel and holds a degree in vocal performance from Saint Vincent College.  He currently studies with Diana Walters, Guenko Guechev, and Susanna Lemberskaya. He has performed with the Saint Vincent College Singers, Westmoreland Choral Society, and Maestri Singers. Edward has performed as a tenor soloist in works such as Hayden's Missa Sancti Nicolai, Handel's Messiah, Beethoven's Symphony Number 9, and the world premiere of Nancy Galbraith's Passion According to St Matthew. He has performed in recital, ensemble, and opera. He has served as resident tenor soloist at Christ Church Fox Chapel and Second Presbyterian Church, and has served as director of male acapella group, Looking for an Echo, at Roanoke College. Edward has performed the role of Belmonte in Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio with the D'Angelo Summer Opera program. He is currently completing his Master's Degree at Duquesne University. Recently, Edward was a participant in the Bologna International Opera Academy in Italy. Additionaly, he was chosen as a finalist in the Fiorenza Cossotto International Voice Competition. When not performing classical music, Edward can be found performing with his band "The Compadres."