Lance Fisher, Tenor, hailing from Salisbury, MD, is a Voice and Piano teacher based in the D.C. and Baltimore areas.
Lance earned a Bachelors of Arts degree from Salisbury University back in 2020. During his time at Salisbury, Lance performed in several choral ensembles, musical theatre productions, and operas during his time in school. He was recognized as a soloist in SU's productions of Les Miserables(Jean Valjean), Something Rotten(Nick Bottom), Oklahoma(Curly), Jesus Christ Superstar(Title role), as well as a featured soloist in SU's production of Carmina Burana. He is an avid voice instructor/coach, director, and arranger. Lance directed his student led a capella ensemble Squawkapella to two 3rd place Regional ICCA finishes and has directed a local Barbershop chorus. In his spare time, Lance also managed to add competitions and performances to his schedule earning a 1st place finish in the 2017, 2018, and 2019 MD/DC Musical Theatre TTBB Category, a 2nd place finish in the 2018 and 2019 Mid Atlantic Regional Musical Theatre TTBB Category, a 1st Place finish in both the MD/DC and Mid Atlantic Regional NATS Independent Studio TTBB Category, and qualifying for the NATS National competition including a Finalist recognition in 2020.
In the world of Barbershop, Lance ha earned medalist honors at the District and International level with his quartets Tradition, Sriracha, B&B, and Jefferson Plaid Tie. In the Fall of 2020, Lance was asked to return to Salisbury to debut as Eisenstein in their Opera Workshop production of Die Fledermaus. In Fall of 2021, Lance joined the Annapolis Opera chorus for their production of La Cenerentola. He is preparing for his upcoming performances of Ahmal and the Night Vistiors(Shepherd), and Carmen(El Remandado).
Lance has been an active Piano and Voice teacher since his time at Salisbury University, and he has taught ages 5-16. He attributes all of his successes in both his educating and performances to his musical upbringing through the church music scene, to all of the directors, teachers, coaches, and colleagues he has had the pleasure of meeting. He brings many of the skills he has acquired through meticulous study and the council of great mentors along the way. His philosophy is that the best art comes from genuine life experience and connecting with others through music.