Even though Bloom, BJ, and Beau are in the twelfth grade, Brian preferred to not be accelerated when he was in the first grade, since he wanted to make sure that he had a stable career path when he came of age. As a seventeen-year-old that does not stop him from having such great ambitions to go to the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, the Juilliard School or the Tisch School of the Arts in New York, Guildhall, Royal Academic of Dramatic Art or London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in England, Harvard University with his desired Bachelor’s programs being musicology, theater, opera, musical theater, and the performing arts. Moreover, Brian even has his eye on performing at the Metropolitan Opera House, the Chicago Lyric Opera Theater, the San Francisco Opera House, the Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne, the Salzburger Festspielhaus, the Wiener Staatsoper, the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Globe, and/or the Carnegie Hall to perform as either a French horn player or even an opera singer or an actor, who also has his eyes on Hollywood.
While Beau is mainly savvy in music, Brian expands his boundaries to theater, film, and television acting, thus making him a well-rounded and ambitious performer. He still has his usual anxieties and jumpiness, but performing whether as an actor or a singer or even playing on the French horn are outlets where his nerves are not only calmed down but his creativity flourishes at an impeccable rate.
As a child, he and Beau would always find themselves playing the French horn and the piano respectively in their school assemblies, to the point where their teachers saw so much potential in them going to schools like Juilliard. He even sang in the Townsville Opera’s children’s chorus in various productions like “Carmen”, “Tosca”, “Madama Butterfly”, “La Bohéme”, and “Turandot” just to name a few. He even had the same voice teacher as Beau, the magnificent Giorgio Gregorio Zampieri, who heard in Brian’s voice a stylish tenore leggiero in the making, all thanks to his experience with the French horn, which has contributed so much to how he was able to control his breathing and his phrasing.
Being the ambitious teenager that he is, Brian found himself in a couple of vocal competitions. The first one was held in Townsville where he sang “Ecco ridente in cielo” from Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia, “Loin de son amie” from Halévy’s La Juive, and “Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön” from Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and he won the Golden G-Clef Award for young singers and musicians at the tender age of sixteen. A year later, he found himself in New York, where he found himself in the Maria Callas Bel Canto Competition for Young Classical Singers, the very competition Beau got himself into as well. There, Brian sang his three aforementioned opera arias as well as “Morgen” by Richard Strauss. He even ended up winning the Maria Callas Bel Canto Award for Young Classical Singers.
Outside of his musical endeavors, Brian also has a few acting stints, as he got himself into a few film shoots as well as star in a few leads in some television shows all while still being a teenage boy. For that, he would not only practice his opera arias, but also learn his lines from play and movie scenes that he loves so much. Brian has such an affinity with Shakespeare that he practically has his favorite monologues thoroughly memorized and internalized within a matter of three days. Aside from doing film and television shoots, Brian aims to also do more voiceover work for Audible and even for anime. Brian even speaks fluently in French, Italian, German, Russian, Czech, Hungarian, Japanese, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, and Tagalog to the point where he wants to travel all over the world so that he can perform in different languages.
Beau and Brian are very close as brothers to the point where they confide in each other when the curtains close. They would perform duets on their musical instruments and even sing duets for two tenors from the operas by Monteverdi, Rossini, Gluck, Händel, and Haydn just to name a few and even sing some chamber music pieces, show tunes, jazz numbers, K-Pop, J-Pop, and Enka, thus strengthening their passion and love for music as a sign of their fraternal love for each other.
Just because Brian has found success in music, theater, film, and television at such a young age does not mean that he has to skimp out on his studies. As a matter of fact, he is an ace in English, Spanish, French, German, Latin, theater, soccer, music, history, biology, mathematics, sociology, and political science to the point where he has averages ranging from 96 to 99%. Sure, at times, the burden of both academics and professional desires tend to get to him. Nonetheless, he is not one to wallow in self pity and he really enjoys balancing all of these academic and extracurricular activities, thus finding the joy and passion in each of these activities. Brian’s passion for the performing arts has gotten him so much acclaim from students and teachers, especially from the females, to the point where he is hailed as one of Townsville High’s most talented and insanely ambitious students.
As much as Beau and Brian have a tight brotherly bond, he likes to hang out with Mitsuru Jacob and Makoto John Beatles, who are Wallabee Beatles’ and Kuki Sanban-Beatles’ seventeen-year-old twin sons, and Sara Louise Fulbright-McKenzie, who is Francine Fulbright-McKenzie’s and Rachel McKenzie’s sixteen-year-old daughter. They love to discuss politics, new film releases, and their favorite television shows. Brian keeps himself fit by doing boxing, kickboxing, karate, judo, Shaolin kung fu, yoga, and meditation, as these keep him focused whenever tasks get too overwhelming for him.
In spite of the girls’ admiration for Brian, he is openly gay, as he is currently dating Gabor McPherson. A lot of the girls even went out of their way to say that Igor x Beau and Gabor x Brian are the hottest and sweetest gay couples to grace Townsville High to the point where they ogle at the sight of these two couples. Outside of this sensation, Brian finds Gabor understanding, strong-minded, and emphatic, while Gabor finds Brian ambitious, tough, and determined. The both of them will always find ways to have their tender moments together.
Over the years, Brian’s signature glacial shockwave has grown in accuracy, timing, proportion, and overall fatality. He always makes sure that his great power is controlled well and only uses it for emergencies or other dire situations. Moreover, he continues to have a knack at finding his opponent’s strong and weak spots when it comes to chi blocking.
So, there you have it, Brian Matthew Green, Townsville’s most beloved French horn player, classical singer, and stage and screen actor. I hope you all enjoyed getting acquainted with him and see you all in the next submission.
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