Voice Lessons



W. Bart Black, tenor, has performed in eleven operas, eight musicals and numerous solo recitals and appearances. Mr. Black has performed with the Augusta Opera as  “The Carpenter” in  H. M. S. Pinafore and with the Augusta Players in the classic Broadway musical, Fiddler on the Roof. Prior to these roles, Mr. Black performed his debut with the Augusta Opera as Mr. Marshall in Marc Blitzstein’s Regina . He is a regular singer at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center’s Evening at Asti’s, and performs regularly for various groups, churches and events in the Augusta, Georgia area. He has performed at the Brevard Summer Opera Workshop in Brevard, North Carolina and at the Inspiration Fine Arts Academy Summer Opera Program in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

Mr. Black is one of Georgia's Three Tenors, a group of three singers with tremendous voices and range. Their repertoire varies from operatic arias, to Broadway selections, popular favorites and, of course, music of Italian love songs. Georgia's Three Tenors have performed at the well-known Tuesday's Music Live concert series at St. Paul's Episcopal Church to a standing room only audience as well as for the Georgia State House. Find a CD collection of Georgia's Three Tenors by visiting www.ga3t.com

Mr. Black graduated from Brewton-Parker College with a Bachelor of Music Degree in Music Education with an emphasis in voice and minors in both piano and trombone. He studied with Dr. T. N. Retif in addition to taking numerous master classes with world-renowned teachers. Currently he is studying with William ‘Bill” Toole’s studio in Augusta, Georgia. Mr. Black sings regularly with several area churches as both a solo voice, and in choir specials. He has also sung with the prestigious Augusta Collegium Musicum and currently sings with St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church Choir.

Please E-mail Mr. Black for performance availability and rates.