Emeritus Associate Professor

Brad Liebl

MM DMA Cincinnati

Vocal Studies

Dr. Brad Liebl (summa cum laude from University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music) is an Associate Professor of Classical Voice and Co-ordinator (from 1998 to 2003) of that division at UCT.

In his eleven years in South Africa, he has become well-known throughout the Cape and other provinces as an interpretor of operatic leading roles, Lieder and oratorio. In these capacities, he has graced the stages of Artscape (CAPAB), City Hall, the Baxter, Stellenbosch, Feather Market Square, Johannesburg Civic, Grahamstown, Bloemfontein and the Northwestern Province. In Germany he has sung operetta and Lieder, and in the USA he continues to guest as a principal performer in oratorio and opera. In the last two years Dr. Liebl has sung the male leads in the world premieres of two new operas, The Lost Dauphin and Amarantha, and his new CDs include the recording of Amarantha and songs of Rajna, Hely-Hutchinson and Chisholm (ongs for Ever and a Day w/Aviva Pelham and Thomas Rajna).

In 2003, Dr. Liebl received a Distinguished Teacher Award from University of Cape Town, one of only four, university-wide for the year!