Brian Kremer is an Assistant Professor of Voice and Music Theatre Styles at Elon University (Elon, North Carolina). Previously, Brian worked as the Coordinator of Voice for the Ira Brind School of Theater Arts at the University of the Arts (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) and was the Assistant Director of the American Musical Theater Ensemble at Manhattan School of Music (New York, New York). Brian has guest taught at Temple University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) and Folkwang Universität der Künste (Essen, Germany). He maintains a private voice studio, “Kremer Voice Design.” His current and former students can be seen performing on Broadway, off-Broadway, on tours and and at various concert and commercial venues. Brian is a member of the Musical Theatre Educators Alliance (MTEA), The Voice Foundation and the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS). BFA, Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania); MM, Manhattan School of Music (New York, New York).
As a performer, Brian has been seen in various shows across the country including South Pacific, La Cage aux Folles, A Grand Night for Singing, Follies, Nunsense: The Jamboree, The Boyfriend, Into the Woods, Fiddler on the Roof and Kiss Me Kate. He appeared in the world premier performances of The Rhythm of Life: A Cy Coleman Celebration, and Postpartum, a one act play performed at the Gotham Theatre in Manhattan. As a cross over artist, Brian’s operatic credits include Candide and The Cunning Little Vixen with the Opera Theater of Pittsburgh, as well as The Magic Flute, Dialogues of the Carmelites, and Dido and Aeneas. With a passion for studio recording, Brian can be heard as a featured soloist on the Electric Cattle Production’s 2002 release entitled Latin Jam 7, as well as John in the original cast recording of The New Picasso. Brian has had the privilege to work with such Broadway legends as Stephen Schwartz and Paul Gemignani.