Sam Bravo - Baritone

Sam Bravo is a graduate of Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA with a degree in Business Administration - Entrepreneurial Finance. He has been a featured baritone soloist with many ensembles 

and events during his collegiate career, including Radio by the Sea, Concert Choir, and Broadway Dream’s One Night Only.  

 

This past fall he stunned audiences with his portrayal of the title role, Tony Esposito, in Point Loma Opera Theatre’s production of Loesser’s The Most Happy Fella. This summer Sam shined in a comedic light as 

the role of KoKo in The Festival Singer’s production of The Mikado in Costa Mesa, CA. He will sing the roles of Schlémil and Crespel in Les contes d’Hoffmann with PLOT this fall.

 

For the past two seasons, Sam has been a featured guest soloist with San Diego’s Sicilian Festival in Little Italy. Sam spends his time offstage coaching rugby and pursuing a career in the professional legal world.