In addition to serving as CEO and Co-Founder of Angels & Demons Entertainment, Gabriel Preisser serves as Executive & Artistic Director of Opera Orlando.  As a performer, he is in demand across the US for his "luscious baritone" with over 40 operatic and musical theatre roles in his repertory and is known for being a versatile, cross-over singer doing everything from Harold Hill in The Music Man to the Soloist in Walton's Belshazzar's Feast and Orff's Carmina Burana.  He is perhaps most known for having created the role of Lt. Gordon in Kevin Puts’ Pulitzer Prize winning Silent Night at Minnesota Opera with subsequent performances at Opera Philadelphia and Cincinnati Opera. His performance as Lt. Gordon with Minnesota Opera was also broadcast nationally on PBS in 2013 and 2014.  The New York Times called his performance as Lt. Gordon with Opera Philadelphia “wonderful” and Opera News has praised him for his “handsome voice, charismatic energy, and timbral allure.” He is a 2016 American League of Orchestras Emerging Artist.

He was a district winner in the 2010 Metropolitan Opera National Council Competition and won the American finals of the International Lirico Concorso Competition in 2011.  He graduated summa cum laude from Florida State University with a double major in Vocal Performance and Commercial Music and completed a Masters in Voice at the University of Houston.  Visit for more.