Bryce Westervelt has been characterized as a “light tenor with a charming ease in the stylistic subtleties of early music,” (Washington Post) having a “delicately nuanced lyric voice,” (Washington Times) and as being both “vocally seductive and tonally impressive.” (Monterey Herald)
Mr. Westervelt’s concert repertoire spans over 50 major works ranging from Bach to Britten. As a concert soloist, he has performed with several leading ensembles including the Albany Pro Musica, Annapolis Symphony, the Bach Festival of Central Florida, Bel Canto Chorus, Canterbury Choral Society, Cathedral Choral Society (Washington National Cathedral), Connecticut Choral Artists, the Florida Orchestra, Folger Consort, Hartford Symphony, National Chamber Orchestra, Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, Washington Bach Consort, and several other choral and orchestral groups throughout the United States.
On the operatic stage he has performed with Asheville Lyric Opera, Opera Naples, Opera Roanoke, Opera Tampa, St. Petersburg Opera, Concert Opera of Philadelphia, Summer Opera Theater, the 20th Century Consort, the Washington Savoyards, and the Maryland Opera Studio. Mr. Westervelt was a past finalist in Bethlehem Bach Festival Competition and received the prestigious Virginia Best Adams Fellowship at the Carmel Bach Festival.
He has appeared in recitals in Bolzano, Italy, at the historic Players in New York on the Bechstein Recital Series, and the Arts Club of Washington. He holds degrees in voice and opera from the University of Georgia and the University of Maryland.