Tenor Brian Gill is professor of music in voice at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He was previously music associate professor/director of vocal pedagogy at New York University’s (NYU) Steinhardt School and Voice Center (Langone Medical Center).
A 2011 Van L. Lawrence Fellowship winner, Gill has performed numerous operatic and musical theater roles, concerts, and recitals in the United States and abroad. From opera companies and world-famous churches/cathedrals to sold-out arenas, recording studios, and packed houses playing/singing hard rock, funk, country, jazz, and even Indian classical music, he still enjoys a very diverse performing career entertaining a broad range of audiences around the world.
In addition to NYU, Gill has taught at Eastern Kentucky University, Pace University, University of Kentucky at Lexington, and University of Colorado at Boulder in the Continuing Education program.
A sought-after master clinician/guest lecturer, Gill has taught/presented for the New York Singing Teachers’ Association (NYSTA), U.S. Army Soldier’s Chorus, South Carolina Governor's School, NYU’s Communicative Sciences and Disorders, New York Voice Study Group, the Los Angeles and the Michigan National Association of Teachers of Singing, Fall Voice Conference, Voice Foundation, National Center for Voice and Speech, Acoustical Society of America, Physiology and Acoustics of Singing Conference, Pan-European Voice Conference, OPERA America, and Johan Sundberg’s “Science of the Singing Voice” course.
Additionally, Gill has taught in France, Germany, Portugal, Sweden, Czech Republic, and South Korea. His students perform throughout the United States and abroad, including at the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, English National Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, Dallas Opera, Royal Opera House, LA Opera, San Francisco Opera, On and Off Broadway, in Broadway national/international tours, the Soldiers’ Chorus, and many regional theaters around the globe.
Gill has been published in VOICEPrints (NYSTA official journal), Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology, and Journal of Voice.