The American tenor has been heard on operatic, concert and theatrical stages across the United States. He recently made his Chautauqua Opera debut as Count Almaviva in both The Barber of Seville and The Ghosts of Versailles. Other notable performances include his critically acclaimed portrayal of Irving Tashman/Ricky Ian Gordon’s Morning Star (New York City premiere with On Site Opera) and Iago/Rossini’s Otello (LoftOpera). Friedman served as resident tenor for American Opera Projects Composer’s and the Voice Symposium from 2015 to 2018. Equally active on the concert stage, Friedman has performed as a soloist with many organizations around the country, including New York Choral Society, New York City Ballet, Canterbury Choral Society, Choral Artists of Sarasota, Key Chorale, Tampa Oratorio Singers, and York Symphony. His theater appearances include Master Class (The Human Race Theatre at The Loft Theatre in Dayton, Ohio), Van Gogh’s Ear (Ensemble for the Romantic Century, in association with The Clark Institute in Great Barrington, Massachusetts), and Tchaikovsky: None but the Lonely Heart (Ensemble for the Romantic Century at BAM Fisher).