Dale Bryant, tenor, is a native of South Carolina and studied at Winthrop University where he received the Bachelor of Music Education and the Master of Music degrees. He has appeared in productions of Hänsel und Gretel, A Little Night Moosic and Gallantry with Opera Carolina Theatre, The Chocolate Soldier with The National Opera Company; Aïda, La Traviata, The Crucible, Salome, Faust, Turandot, Susannah, Der Rosenkavalier, Cold Sassy Tree, and Nabucco with Opera Carolina; Cosí fan tutte with Central Piedmont Community College Opera Theatre and The Marriage of Figaro with The North Carolina Symphony and The Canton (Ohio) Symphony Orchestras. He has appeared in local productions of Amahl and the Night Visitors, Brigadoon, Sweet Charity, Sweeney Todd, Man of La Mancha, Il Tabarro and The Pirates of Penzance. Choral works include: Messiah (Handel), Magnificat (Bach), Vesperae solennes de Confessore (Mozart), Coronation Mass (Mozart), Requiem (Mozart), Elijah (Mendelssohn), Mass in C and Mass in G (Schubert), Requiem (Verdi), Hodie (Vaughan Williams), Rejoice in the Lamb (Britten), The Seven Last Words (Dubois) and Mass in B-flat, (Harmony Mass) (Haydn). Currently, Dale works as the Senior Benefits Administrator for The Western North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church. He and his wife, Beth, are the proud parents of two children: Graham and Olivia.