Los Angeles & New York City based artist, Brandon Michael Nase, is a versatile performer of repertoire ranging from Musical Theatre to Pop, R&B, Jazz and Opera. He has recently been seen in Ragtime (Coalhouse; Tulane Summer Lyric), Evita (Asolo Repertory Theatre; dir. Josh Rhodes), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (3D Theatricals; dir. Mark Kudisch; Judah), Frozen Live at the Hyperion (dir. Liesl Tommy; Olaf), Little Shop of Horrors (Sharon Playhouse; dir. Jennifer Werner; Audrey II), and Les Miserables (Dallas Theatre Center; dir. Liesl Tommy; Feuilly)
Equally adept on the concert stage, Brandon has performed across the United States and abroad as a soloist, most notably in Mozart's Requiem, Puccini’s Messae di Gloria, and Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man. Additionally, Brandon has had the privilege of performing solo work with many famed conductors including David Itkin, Jerry McCoy, Paul Leddington Wright, Mack Wilberg and Bob Chilcott.
Brandon received his Master of Music degree in vocal performance/musical theatre from NYU. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in choral music education from the renowned University of North Texas College of Music. Brandon has studied voice with Michael Ricciardone, Dr. Jeffrey Snider, and Dr. Linda DiFiore.
In the fall of 2017 Brandon created and produced the Gospel according to Broadway, a musical web-series giving visibility to people of color by arranging musical theatre songs in gospel, r&b, and jazz styles. You can currently find all episodes from season one on YouTube!
Of all his roles, Brandon’s favorite's are performed offstage—husband to his caring wife, Lauren, and father to his beautiful daughter, Anaya.