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LADIES NIGHT PERFORMER
BRANDON K HARRIS
Brandon K Harris is a Grand Rapids native. A recent graduate of Aquinas College, he is now working as a Choral Scholar/Director at St Stephen's Parish and is on staff for Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp's International Choral Ensemble. Brandon was last seen in Don't Stop Til You Get Enough: The Music of Michael Jackson at Circle Theatre. He has played Agwe in Once on This Island, was in The Who's TOMMY, Ain't Misbehavin’, and Hair also at Circle Theatre. You may also have seen him in productions at Civic Theatre and Actors’ Theatre’s, A New Brain, in which he played Richard, the nice nurse. Brandon has had the opportunity to share the stage with artists such as: Shania Twain, Sarah Brightman, Bobby McFerrin, Kenny Rogers, Take 6, and The New York Voices (his favorite vocal jazz group). Brandon has performed at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fischer & Alice Tully Halls in Lincoln Center (NYC), numerous European countries, and South Africa. Brandon was a member of elite collegiate jazz ensembles: Shades of Blue (GRCC), Gold Company and GC Sextet (WMU). He was also involved with Grand Rapids Choir of Men & Boys, Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus, and Opera Grand Rapids where he appeared in notable productions of: Carmen, The Flying Dutchman, The Magic Flute, and La Bohème. Brandon is a proud member of the world’s oldest and largest national fraternal society of music, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. I love you LLH!!!!