JEREMY GALYON (Aye) is a bass from Bethlehem, PA. Recent successes include Handel's Messiah at Carnegie Hall with John Rutter conducting, and return engagements of Fauré's Requiem in June 2006; the Mozart Requiem with the Springfield (MO) Symphony and Chorus; Nick Shadow in The Rake's Progress with Merola Opera, and returning to San Francisco for the Adler Fellowship; returning for Raimondo in Lucia di Lammermoor to Tri-Cities Opera, where he has spent four years as a Resident Artist singing roles including Figaro/Le nozze di Figaro, Crespel/Les contes d'Hoffmann, Sparafucile/Rigoletto, Angelotti/Tosca, Guglielmo/Così fan tutte, Colline/La bohème, Dulcamara/L'elisir d'amore, Moralès/Carmen, and Melchoir and Balthazar/Amahl and the Night Visitors. Other experience includes Masetto/Don Giovanni and Larkens/La Fanciulla del West with the Glimmerglass opera, Theseus/A Midsummer Night's Dream with Chicago Opera Theater and 2nd Armed Man/Die Zauberflöte with Florida Grand Opera.
Concert and oratorio performances including Bach cantatas with the Bethlehem Bach Choir, and regional performances of the Brahms Requiem, the Duruflé Requiem, the Fauré Requiem, Haydn's Creation and Mass in Time of War, Mendelssohn's Elijah, Verdi's Requiem, and as soloist with the Westminster Choir, in addition to several NPR broadcasts.
Galyon is a student of Peyton Hibbett, Binghamton, NY.