The website of Bryan Kesselman

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Bryan Kesselman AGSMD is a composer, musical director, opera singer and author. He studied singing and piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and is a member of the Millennium Awards Fellowship.

Musical Works include: (See Composer page for fuller list)
Zimbabwe Suite for choir, SATB Soloists and orchestra. Premiered in Harare, Zimbabwe in 2016; since performed a number of times in London.

Bentley Priory (headquarters of Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain):
      Fighter Command and the Battle for Britain 2015
      RAF 100 2018
      Bentley Priory Chronicles 2023

Musical Director
In October 2009 Bryan and
Philip Barnett founded the first Tonic Choir. There are now 4 Tonic choirs with over 200 members. The choirs have performed at the South Bank Centre, the Roundhouse, Blenheim Palace and other venues. He has musically directed several productions of operas and musicals.

Bryan has sung with a number of opera companies as principal baritone. As baritone soloist, highlights include a performance of Bloch's Avodath Hakodesh at St Paul's Cathedral conducted by Yehudi Menuhin.

Published Books
Paddington Pollaky, Private Detective History Press 2015
Historical Fiction:
The Madness of Captain Mills Riversong Books (Sulis International Press) 2021
A third book, Going Up in the World, will be published soon.