Brian Manternach, tenor, is on the voice faculty of the University of Utah’s Department of Theatre, maintains a private studio, and serves as Utah District NATS Governor. His students have been cast in professional productions in the USA and abroad and have earned top honors in vocal competitions from the local to international levels. A past recipient of the NATS Foundation Voice Pedagogy Award, he has presented research at national conferences for NATS and the Voice Foundation and given lectures for the National Center for Voice and Speech and TEDxSaltLakeCity. An Associate Editor of the Journal of Singing, he also authors “The Singer’s Library” book review column for Classical Singer magazine. An active performer, his degrees in voice performance include a B.A. from St. John’s University/College of St. Benedict of Minnesota, an M.M. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and a D.M. from Indiana University.