Strube

Adam Strube - bass - Who would have guessed that I would become a true low bass by age 18?  I don't think anyone except my mother and God had an inkling.  

David Brundage

Bass David Brundage has appeared in many of the Washington DC area’s most prominent venues including the four theatres of the Kennedy Center.

Highlights of some previous seasons include the Shostakovich Symphony No. 13, Babi Yar with the poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko and the University of Maryland Symphony, a Faure Requiem, and the Kennedy Center’s Messiah Sing-a-Long. 2006 saw his debut with the Chattanooga Opera as Monterone in their production of Rigolettoand a featured solo with the principal trumpet player of the National Symphony, Steven Hendrickson, in “The Trumpet Shall Sound” from Messiah. 

DonaldsonSScott Donaldson , bass-baritone, has a wealth of experience in musical theatre (ranging from Roger in Grease to the title role in Sweeney Todd), in opera (the Father in Hansel & Gretel and Dr. Greg in Gallantry), and in oratorio (Handel's Messiah and Beethoven's Mass in C). In the DC area, he has performed with numerous choral ensembles including the Washington Chorus.  Scott subs regularly with local church choirs, teaches voice lessons, and holds experience in film and TV productions.

The young American Bass, Kevin Thompson, possesses a commanding stage presence and a voice with extraordinary range, depth, and color.