Jonathan Herman is a rising bass-baritone singer, classically trained by former lead baritone of the Metropolitan Opera, John Fiorito.
Jonathan’s passion for the stage spans many genres, including Broadway and film, opera, pop, country, and jazz.
An expressive and eloquent storyteller, his technical prowess and natural command of the stage blend seamlessly to form the foundation of his performances.
"He demonstrates a passion and drive for singing that is quite rare these days. Those traits paired with his tremendous singing voice makes for an incredible combination."
- Zach DeCicco
Coordinator, McKechnie Field Operations, Pittsburgh Pirates
Price Range: $1000 and up
Gig Length: 60 - 120 minutes
Languages: English, Spanish
What to Expect
Jonathan Herman delivers world class performances. Classical, Broadway, Pop, Country, Jazz, and more.
Jonathan Herman is a rising bass-baritone singer, classically trained by former lead baritone of the Metropolitan Opera, John Fiorito. Jonathan’s passion for the stage spans many genres, including Broadway and film, opera, pop, country, and jazz. He also plays Nuevo Flamenco and acoustic fingerstyle guitar. His technical prowess and natural command of the stage blend seamlessly to form the foundation of his performances.
With great style and vigor, Jonathan presents modern and well-loved interpretations of both favorites and lesser known works, creating moments of thoughtful beauty and magnificent drama for all to share. Best experienced live at one of his Black Tie Concerts, Jonathan is an expressive and eloquent storyteller, always striving to bring compelling, rousing, and significant stagecraft to audiences of all ages.
Additional Booking Notes
Technical requirements are relatively simple. If required to sing with a backing track, I will require the appropriate equipment. Otherwise, I sing with a piano accompanist (primary), or accompany myself on the guitar (secondary).
Requests are possible, but within the artist's discretion. Feel free to ask if you do not see a song on the list that you would like performed.
A Thousand Years - Christina Perri
A Time for Us - Romeo & Juliet
All of Me - John Legend
America the Beautiful
Aprile - Francesco Paolo Tosti
Arrivederci Roma - Mario Lanza
Begin the Beguine - Cole Porter
Bésame Mucho - Andrea Bocelli
Blown Away - Carrie Underwood
Bring Him Home - Les Mis
Can You Feel the Love Tonight - Elton John/Lion King
Can't Help Falling in Love - Elvis/Bocelli
Evermore - Beauty and the Beast
Every Storm Runs out of Rain - Gary Allan
God Bless America
I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing - Aerosmith
I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash
If Ever I Would Leave You - Lerner/Loewe
If I Were a Rich Man - Fiddler on the Roof
In Her Eyes - Josh Groban
In the Still of the Night - Cole Porter
It Goes Like This - Thomas Rhett
Jesus Take the Wheel - Carrie Underwood
Long Ago and Far Away - Gershwin/Kern
Longer - Dan Fogelberg
Make Me Wanna - Thomas Rhett
Malia - Francesco Paolo Tosti
Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote)
Marechiare - Francesco Paolo Tosti
Miracle of Miracles - Fiddler on the Roof
Moonlight in Vermont - Frank Sinatra
Oh What a Beautiful Morning - Oklahoma
Picture in a Frame - Tom Waits
See You Again - Carrie Underwood
Si Volvieras a Mi - Josh Groban
Shape of You - Ed Sheeran
Shenandoah - Traditional
So In Love - Cole Porter
Solo Por Ti - Josh Groban
Something Just Like This - The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
Somos Novios/It's Impossible - Andrea Bocelli
Some Enchanted Evening - South Pacific/Rodgers & Hammerstein
Stars - Les Mis
The Impossible Dream - Man of La Mancha
The Star Spangled Banner
Theme from New York, New York - Frank Sinatra
This Nearly Was Mine - South Pacific/Rodgers & Hammerstein
To Where You Are - Josh Groban
Unchained Melody - Elvis
Unforgettable - Nat King Cole
We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynn
Younger Than Springtime - South Pacific/Rodgers & Hammerstein
Influences & Inspiration
As a professional, I listen to a LOT of music. Here are only a handful of my influences:
Brian Stokes Mitchell
Nat King Cole
Piano or digital keyboard (for accompanist)