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Cody Müller, bass

Described as having a voice that "...resonates authority," Cody Müller, Bass, is quickly making a name for himself in the classical world. Müller's career has taken him across much of the United States and Canada including performances of both opera and concert literature. Müller completed his academic training at the Eastman School of Music where he earned a Master of Music Degree under the tutelage of acclaimed Bass-Baritone Jan Opalach. Müller also holds a B.M. from Belmont University.

A versatile artist, some of Müller's most notable solo performances include Jesus in Bach's "Matthäus Passion," Brahms's "Ein Deutsches Requiem," Mendelssohn's "Magnificat," Beethoven's "Mass in C," Handel's "Messiah," and several Bach Cantatas: BWV 75, 80, 140, 179, & 214. Operatic credits include Don Basilio in “The Barber of Seville” with Opera Iowa, Alidoro in “La Cenerentola” with Opera Theatre of Montclair, the Four Villains in "Les contes d'Hoffmann" with Bel Cantanti Opera, Gus O'Neill in John Musto's "Later the Same Evening" with Central City Opera, Don Alfonso in "Così fan tutte," Marchese in "La Traviata" with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Dr. Gibbs in Ned Rorem's "Our Town," Don Magnifico in "La Cenerentola" and The Four Villains in "Les Contes d'Hoffmann" both with Opera in the Ozarks, Leporello in "Don Giovanni," and Dr. Bartolo in "Le nozze di Figaro" with Eastman Opera Theatre.

An avid choral musician, Müller has performed with various professional ensembles including William Weinert's VOICES in Rochester, NY, David Schelat's Master Singers of Wilmington, Delaware, and is currently employed by the Taylor Festival Choir in Charleston, South Carolina. Müller is highly sought after both for solo and ensemble appointments. His upcoming 2018-2019 season incudes debuts with exciting new companies: Baltimore Concert Opera in November, Lyric Fest of Philadelphia in January, and Opera Delaware in 2019. He currently resides in Philadelphia, PA.