Curriculum Vitae Biosketch

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  • Professor, School Of Music
  • Director of Opera, School Of Music


Creative Research

  • Virginia Symphony Handel's Messiah. Invited tenor soloist. Performance, refereed, completed 12/17/2016.
  • Florida American Choral Directors Association Convention. Invited guest tenor soloist with the Bach Society of Winter Park, Puccini "Messa di Gloria". 11/03/2016 - 11/06/2016 Performance, refereed, completed 11/06/2016.
  • Bach Society of Winter Park Puccini "Messa di Gloria". Invited tenor soloist. 10/17/2016 - 10/24/2016 Performance, refereed, completed 10/24/2016.
  • Verdi's Otello with Opera Fort Collins. Invited guest tenor soloist. (Otello). 05/15/2016 - 06/03/2016 Performance, refereed, completed 06/03/2016.
  • Beethoven Mass in C with South Dakota Symphony. Invited tenor soloist. 04/25/2016 - 04/30/2016 Performance, refereed, in progress 04/30/2016.
  • World premiere Paul Moravec's "Music Awake" with the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park. Performance, refereed, completed 04/17/2016.
  • St. Matthew Passion with American Festival Chorus. Invited tenor soloist. Cathedral of the Madeleine, SLC, UT and Ellen Eccles Theatre in Logan, UT.. 03/24/2016 - 03/26/2016 Performance, refereed, completed 03/26/2016.
  • 20162016 Messiah Sing-In with Park City Interfaith Council. Invited tenor soloist. 03/14/2016 - 03/20/2016 Performance, refereed, completed 03/20/2016.
  • Bach's St. Matthew Passion and Rossini's Stabat Mater with the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Florida. Invited Tenor Soloist. 02/21/2016 - 02/28/2016 Performance, refereed, completed 02/28/2016.
  • Dudley Birder Choral, Mozart, Requiem Performance, completed 10/31/2012.
  • Martingale Ensemble, Mahler, Das Lied von der Erde. Performance, completed 08/27/2012.
  • Chautauqua Opera, Puccini, Manon Lescaut (Des Grieux) Performance, completed 07/27/2012.
  • Chautauqua Opera, Puccini, Manon Lescaut (Des Grieux) Performance, completed 07/27/2012.
  • Directed a production of L"Incoronazione di Poppea by Monteverdi at the La Musica Lirica summer opera training program in Nova Feltria, Italy. Curatorial/Production, completed 07/03/2012.
  • Recital appearance at the La Musica Lirica summer opera program in Nova Feltria Italy. Performance, completed 06/28/2012.
  • Lyceum Philharmonic (Salt Lake City), Beethoven, Ninth Symphony. Performance, completed 05/05/2012.
  • Buffalo Philharmonic, Haydn, Creation. Performance, completed 04/01/2012.
  • Salt Lake Symphony, Beethoven, Ninth Symphony. Performance, completed 03/17/2012.
  • National Philharmonic, Bach Magnificat. Performance, completed 02/24/2012.
  • Florida Bach Festival, Bach, St. Matthew Passion. Performance, completed 02/04/2012.
  • Utah Voices Handel "Messiah" Performance, completed 12/12/2011.
  • San Diego Symphony, Beethoven, Ninth Symphony. Performance, completed 12/11/2011.
  • Florida Bach Festival, Verdi, Requiem. Performance, completed 11/23/2011.
  • Nova Concert Series. Beethoven "An die ferne Geliebte" and "Adelaide". Performance, completed 11/11/2011.
  • Haydn "Creation" excerpts and Frank "Panis Angelicus" Performance, completed 11/01/2011.
  • Munchner Rundfunkorchester (Bavarian State Radio), Getty, Plump Jack, Shallow and (last minute emergency cover performance) Prince Hal. Performance, completed 05/18/2011.
  • Edmonton Opera: Puccini, Tosca, Cavaradossi. Performance, completed 04/14/2011.
  • Bach "St. John Passion" and "Cantata 112" at the Florida Bach Festival. Performance, completed 03/06/2011.
  • Bach "St. John Passion" and "Cantata 112" at the Florida Bach Festival. Performance, completed 03/06/2011.
  • Schubert Mass # 6 with the San Diego Symphonhy Performance, completed 02/13/2011.
  • National Philharmonic: Berlioz, Requiem. Performance, completed 11/06/2010.
  • United Nations Day Concert with the Korean Broadcast Symphony, New York City. Beethoven Ninth Symphony Performance, completed 10/22/2010.
  • Opera de Montreal Verdi Rigoletto, emergency replacement 24-hour notice, role of the Duke. Performance, completed 10/09/2010.
  • Santa Fe Opera: Spratlan, Life is a Dream, Segismundo. (Cover). Other, completed 07/24/2010.
  • Santa Fe Opera: Offenbach, Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Hoffman. (Cover). Other, completed 07/17/2010.
  • Albany Pro Musica & The Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys: Handel, Messiah. Performance, completed 05/12/2010.
  • Utah Voices, Orff, Carmina Burana Performance, completed 04/30/2010.
  • Utah Symphony and Opera: Verdi, Requiem. Performance, completed 04/09/2010.
  • Dubuque Symphony Mozart Requiem Performance, completed 03/11/2010.
  • Florida Bach Festival: Bach B Minor Mass and Mozart Requiem Performance, completed 02/28/2010.
  • Stage director, "Il Matrimonio Segreto" by Cimarosa as part of the La Musica Lirica summer program. Other, completed 2009.
  • March 6,7,9 Richmond Symphony: Britten, Les Illuminations “Dorian Wilson, sixth of the music-director candidates to conduct Masterworks concerts with the Richmond Symphony, is joined by a onetime University of Michigan classmate, tenor Robert Breault, in one of the most striking selections in the orchestra’s current season: "Les Illuminations," Benjamin Britten’s song cycle on poems of Arthur Rimbaud.”…In the second of three performances of "Les Illuminations," Breault, positioned above and behind the strings, projected forcefully and sounded thoroughly immersed in both the spirit and imagery of Rimbaud's strangely evocative texts. Expressively, the French language was no barrier to the listener's understanding. Breault was a clarion narrative voice in "Villes" and "Royauté." In more impressionistic texts, such as "Antique" and "Being Beautious," his tone was softer, more misty, and his inflection more poetic. His consistency of tone production, up to some very high notes, was remarkable. In all, he delivered an absorbing performance. Letter V (Clark Bustard) March 8, 2009 Richmond Symphony, Les Illuminations, Britten Performance, completed 2009.
  • Utah Symphony, Bernstein "Mass" Performance, completed 2009.
  • Milwaukee Florentine Opera: Handel, Semele (Jupiter). “…But songs like “Where‘er you walk” are more matter-of-fact and clean. Their emotional heft relies more on clarity and phrasing than booming, sing-to-the-cheap-seats firepower. That’s exactly what tenor Robert Breault gave the song, with beautifully sensitive accompaniment by the Florentine Orchestra, conducted by Jane Glover.” Milwaukee Magazine (Kosidowski) March 3, 2009
 Florentine Opera (Milwaukee), Semele, Handel “The singers commanded the music from a place high enough to allow them to focus, first, on the emotional shadings rather than the thousands of notes and, second, on stylish acting and nuanced comedy….Tenor Robert Breault's Jove is a smooth operator, in the way he sings and the way he moves.. His rendition of the lyric aria "Wherever You Walk" would melt any woman's heart.” Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel (Strini) February 28, 2009
 Florentine Opera (Milwaukee), Semele, Handel Performance, completed 2009.
  • May 2,3 Santa Fe Symphony: Verdi, Requiem. Performance, completed 2009.
  • Concerts in Italy with Jeffrey Price, U.U. adjunct professor. Performance, completed 2009.
  • Dec 3-6 San Diego Symphony, Beethoven, Ninth Symphony. Performance, completed 2009.
  • New York City Opera, "Pulcinella" by Stravinsky. George Manahan, conductor “The vocal soloists — Theodora Hanslowe, mezzo-soprano; Robert Breault, tenor; and Daniel Mobbs, bass-baritone — sang their solo and ensemble pieces with character and clarity.” New York Times (Kozinn) April 13, 2009 New York City Opera, Pulcinella, Stravinsky Performance, completed 2009.
  • Edmonton Opera: Verdi, Rigoletto (Duke). “Tenor Robert Breault made his EO (Edmonton Opera) debut with distinction as the Duke of Mantua. He looks the part of a man who can seduce women with more than just his power and wealth, and he has a lustrous voice. I hope the company puts him at the top of the list for future ventures calling for an excellent voice with an attractive masculine presence.” Opera Canada (Rankin) January, 2010 Edmonton Opera, Rigoletto, Verdi. Performance, completed 2009.
  • Guadalupe, Our Lady of the Roses. Performance, completed 2009.
  • Sundays at Seven concert in Libby Gardner Hall Bach's "Coffee Cantata". Performance, completed 2009.