Indonesian-American Tenor Gibran Mahmud’s 2017-2018 Season include engagements with Long Beach Opera, Chromolume Theatre, a world premier at the American Composers Concert in Pasadena, and more. Gibran's recent credits include singing in the professional opera choruses of Los Angeles Opera, Cincinnati Opera, and Dayton Opera. He has performed a variety of principal opera and musical theatre roles ranging from Scaramuccio in Ariadne auf Naxos to Marius in Les Misérables. Gibran has sung with the summer programs of SongFest as a fellow in the Professional Program and for The VOICExperience Foundation with Sherrill Milnes. He has placed in competitions and received awards from the Center Stage Opera Vocal Competition, Classical Singer Competition, and Buckeye NATS. Gibran also recently world premiered the role of George Power in the new highlights show Hail Poetry! with the Gilbert & Sullivan company Opera A La Carte. Mr. Mahmud hails from Dayton, OH and is an alumnus of USC Thornton School of Music (MM) and Miami Universty (BM).



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