Tim Bruneau holds a Bachelor’s in Choral Conducting from Lawrence University and a Master’s in Vocal Performance from California State University, Los Angeles. He received further vocal training in the master classes of numerous esteemed artists, including Marilyn Horne, Beverly Sills, Martin Katz, Benita Valente, Gerard Souzay, and Elly Ameling.

Mr. Bruneau has sung under the baton of such legendary conductors as Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, Margaret Hillis, Paul Salamunovich, Ricardo Muti and Leonard Slatkin. He has appeared as both a soloist and choral singer with a wide variety of musical organizations, including the Chicago Symphony Chorus, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Musica Angelica and Opera A La Carte.

Mr. Bruneau has appeared as a pianist with numerous singers and instrumentalists in concert, accompanying such artists as baritone Rodney Gilfry, cellist Michael Beert and soprano Alba Quesada. He has accompanied the master classes of soprano Renée Fleming, mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade and Broadway performers Carol Burnett, Johanna Gleason, Barbara Cook and Anthony Crivello.

Mr. Bruneau has recorded with widely diverse artists, including Andy Williams, Frederica von Stade, Rod Stewart, Suzanna Guzmán, Maureen McGovern, Sylvia McNair and Rich Del Grosso. His original art songs and choral compositions have been performed in concert venues throughout the United States.