After returning to Orlando, Kit has performed with Central Florida Vocal Arts, Opera Orlando, and Opera del Sol, as well as successfully crossing over into the musical theatre genre performing with many Central Florida theatre companies. Theatre credits include: In The Heights (Orlando Shakes), Hunchback of Notre Dame (CFCArts, Titusville Playhouse), Jesus Christ Superstar (Garden Theatre), ThanksKilling (Orlando Fringe), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Beth Marshall Presents), A Christmas Carol (Athens Theatre), Bonnie & Clyde (Garden Theatre), Spamalot (Athens Theatre), Hands On A Hardbody (TheatreWorks Florida), The Secret Garden (Mad Cow Theatre). Recently, Kit was featured as a principal soloist with Opera del Sol’s Music of the Night Masquerade Gala and has worked behind the scenes as the vocal coach for Big Fish (Valencia College Theatre) and music director for Evita (Osceola Arts). As a voice faculty member at Valencia College, his students have been accepted into programs on scholarship from Rollins College and Stetson University. Kit enjoys singing and teaching many styles of music, from opera to pop to musical theatre. He believes that learning and loving music is a gift that enriches our daily lives.
productions, and community events, Gabrielle placed 3rd in her division at NATS in 2014, has performed the roles of Belinda in Dido and Aeneas, Morgana in Alcina as part of a scenes production at Rollins College, has played the role of Suor Genovieffa in Suor Angelica, and Pamina in The Magic Flute with the Vienna Summer Music Festival, Pamina in The Magic Flute for the Opera at The Carolina's outreach program, and First Lady in The Magic Flute with UNCG Opera. In addition to opera productions, Gabrielle loves programming and singing in recitals. At the completion of her Masters degree, she performed a recital comprised of all female composers ranging from the Baroque to present day. Gabrielle has studied extensively in Europe, learning German as a second language, and
studying with world-renowned coaches, teachers, and conductors, including vocal coach Daniel Sarge, and conductor Christian Schultz. Having a diverse experience in training both in the States and abroad, Gabrielle uses this hybrid of vocal technique to teach what she has found to be the most effective from all areas of her training. Having a passion for
teaching and singing, Gabrielle enthusiastically works with all her students to help them produce the most healthy, beautiful sound possible to communicate and express effectively.
is an active and versatile performer, and a passionate and energetic music educator. She has sung professionally with Opera Orlando, Orlando Light Opera, and Central Florida Vocal Arts, and some of her favorite performed roles include Brigitta from Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta, Nella from Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, and Jenny from Sondheim’s Company. Danielle is a frequent recitalist and has performed for the University Club of Winter Park, Westminster Winter Park, the Woman’s Club of Winter Park, and for various galas and benefit concerts in the central Florida area. Danielle cantors at St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, and is a member of the all female holiday a cappella group, Belles and Bows. Danielle holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Vocal Performance from Rollins College and a Master’s of Music degree in Voice Pedagogy and Performance from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. She is a Teaching Artist for the School of the Arts at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. She has also taught voice and directed with Central Florida Vocal Arts and Central Florida Community Arts, and teaches private voice lessons out of her home studio in Winter Park.
Bryan Hayes, Voice/Piano: is a working vocalist with a background ranging many genres including Classical, Jazz, Blues, Soul, R&B, Rock, Pop and more. In fall 2013 he received bachelor’s degrees from the University of North Florida in the studies of Classical voice and in Jazz Studies, primary instrument being voice.
He has performed and continues to perform in countless concerts, he has performed major roles in numerous operas, oratorios and theatrical productions, and has toured with different groups in many different countries, including but not limited to; the University of North Florida and University of British Columbia Opera ensembles in two separate productions in the Czech Republic, the University of North Florida Chorale 2010 tour of Italy, the St. John’s Cathedral Choir of Jacksonville 2014 tour of Westminster Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral, a contract with Carnival Cruise Lines in 2014, and numerous shows with the Orlando Philharmonic and Opera Orlando.
He has performed onstage with such noted artists and ensembles, including but not limited to; The Royal Symphony of England, Reggie Wooten, Ben Folds and Andrea Bocelli.
In 2015 Bryan released his first album of original compositions entitled “This Is Me”.
Bryan aspires to continue a career of performance and composition.