Bryce Kulak is an award-winning pianist, composer, singer, and actor who has been teaching piano, songwriting, and composition to students of all ages since 2001. Throughout his teens he was a consistent award winner at Kiwanis festivals in solo piano, two piano, and creative music classes. As a vocalist, he has performed with the orchestras of Edmonton, Kingston, and Banff. He has played major roles at theatres across Canada.
His original music was heard in B.C. Place Stadium as the finale of the Yukon Experience at the Vancouver Olympics. He was the composer and conductor of the Toronto Complaints Choir, a public art project produced by Harbourfront Centre involving over 120 choir members. He was the pianist for November Theatreʼs Dora award-nominated Toronto production of Tom Waitsʼ The Black Rider.
Bryceʼs collaborations with playwright and filmmaker Trevor Anderson have produced the award-winning children's musical Nami Namersson: the Viking Who Liked to Name Things and the short movie-musical The Man That Got Away, which won the DAAD Short Film Prize at its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival. The film has gone on to screen at film festivals worldwide, winning several other awards.
Bryce plays piano, sings, and composed new music for Bohemians in Brooklyn and The Judgment of Paris, theatrical chamber music concerts narrated by CBCʼs Tom Allen. The productions premiered at Music Niagara, Chamberfest Ottawa, and the Global Cabaret Festival in Toronto, and have toured other chamber music festivals around Ontario.
Bryce has released two albums as a singer-songwriter, Welcome and Tin Can Telephone. To hear his original music, which is available on iTunes, visit www.brycekulak.com