Mark Uhlemann

Mark Uhlemann

 
Mark Uhlemann Headshot.jpeg

Hello!

Hopefully you're here because you're looking for a bass-baritone to sing some Bach, Mozart, or Handel.

Perhaps you're looking for a voiceover artist to record a museum tour, movie trailer, or nonfiction audiobook.

Maybe you need a coffee expert with over a decade of experience in the industry.

Well, if any of those things brought you here, I'm your guy!  Have a look around to see who I am and what I do.  I'd like nothing more than to help you with your dream while living mine.

 

Mark Uhlemann’s warmly resonant, darkly burnished timbre was impressive, dramatic and nuanced.
— Chicago Tribune
Mark Uhlemann fired off some exciting bass notes as Pistol.
— Opera News
With a combination of tenacity and talent, this young bass-baritone knows how to bring selections for the deepest voice to life.
— The Observer-Reporter (PA)
It is not common to find a singer who has an exceptionally pleasant sounding voice in the lower reaches of the male register; still less is it likely that those who do have an extraordinary sound have command of extremely impressive technique. Mark Uhlemann is one of the few who are gifted with supremely beautiful timbre and who have mastered technique. This evening’s performance proved to be a truly impressive New York debut from this young bass-baritone.
— New York Concert Review
One could recognize that in baritone Mark Uhlemann there was a beautiful voice and great sense of the line.
— FanFaire.com
There was no confusion about his musicianship, and the beauty of his voice - as if jealous, even the heavens broke forth to compete with one of his solo appearances.
— The Bennington Banner (MA)
Mark Uhlemann sang beautifully. . . demonstrating a voice of power and variety of color as well as fine musicianship.
— Manchester Journal