Baritone Bradley Lassiter is quickly establishing himself as the go-to baritone for small opera companies in New York City. A recent graduate of Manhattan School of Music's Master of Music program, he recently received high praise for his amazingly fast and clean rendition of "Modern Major General" in Gilbert & Sullivan, The Ballet! with Dances Patrelle.
Bradley has shown his knack for performing for children in his many outreach performances such as the King/Father in The Opera Prince & the Singing Pauper with Manhattan School of Music's Discover Opera, Dandini in La Cenerentola, Father in Beauty & the Beast, and Marcello in La Boheme with Dicapo Opera for Kids.
He has shown his ability to interpret many different styles of music and performing with his roles as Willy in This is the Rill Speaking with Chelsea Opera, Marcello in La Boheme with Opera Manhattan, John Brooke in the Europen Premiere of Little Women with the Intermezzo Foundation, The Mikado in The Mikado and Don Alfonso in Cosi fan tutte with Opera in the Ozarks, Gianni Schicchi in Gianni Schicchi and Kenickie in Grease with Stephen F. Austin State University, and as a cast member in the highly praised Love's What We'll Remember, a cabaret put on by Manhattan School of Music.
Bradley has been an integral part of many ensembles and choirs such as Stephen F. Austin State University's A Cappella Choir which toured Europe twice with him as a member and sang at many notable venues including, the Vatican and for Mozart's 250th birthday celebration. He has also performed in ensembles for H.M.S Pinafore and La Boheme with Opera East Texas, The Saint of Bleecker Street and La Boheme with Dicapo Opera Theater.