Training and Performance
You're someone who has been singing all your life, but never once thought that voice lessons were something you had time for.
You've studied for years and want a fresh start, a new way of approaching what you do.
I can help you find your own voice, reignite your love of singing, and bring out your own uniqueness into each performance.
Tenor Brendan Buckley is a skilled and sought-after performer. Brendan recently made his Boston Symphony Hall debut as Giuseppe in Verdi’s La Traviata with the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra. Brendan also made his Seiji Ozawa Hall debut in 2019 performing Schubert’s Mass in G with the Berkshire Lyric Chorus. Brendan played George Gibbs in Monadnock Music’s production of Ned Rorem’s Our Town, the premiere recording of which was recently released on New World Records. Brendan can also be heard in Cape Ann Opera’s recording of Robert J. Bradshaw’s new steampunk opera Deus Ex Machina, which recently received three Global Music Awards.
What People Say
"Brendan was my first ever private voice teacher. I was accepted into the music program at Plymouth State University, and up to that point, had never taken a formal voice lesson. I wasn’t aware how much one could learn, and what went into, an hour long lesson. Through Brendan’s teaching, I discovered more about my voice than I ever imagined possible, and was able to hone in on my musicianship skills and acting abilities. Brendan is great at playing towards a student’s strengths while also providing a new and exciting learning curve. He insists on creating short and long term goals, and aides you in your repertoire research and song analysis; in this way, every lesson is a collaborative experience. I credit a large portion of my music education and performance skills to him, and continue to pass on his tips and tricks on to my private voice students."
-Matt S., tenor, voice teacher
"Brendan’s attention to detail and easy-going methods have given me the strength and confidence to explore all aspects of my voice with ease."
-Jakob S., bass-baritone, voice teacher, voiceover artist