Warm, caring, energetic, animated; down to earth and conversational or informative and didactic; from the kind and friendly voice of your next-door neighbor to the confident, strong voice of authority. Whatever voice you are looking for, Joseph has the experience to bring you the sound you need. Choose Joseph Battrick to be the voice of your next audio project.
English (North American), English
Middle Aged (35-54), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Joseph has an extensive background in both the performing arts and the art of the written word. After studying classical voice performance and theater, he graduated with a degree in English. Joseph has worked as a newspaper reporter and copy-editor in addition to editing numerous projects for his family's publishing business.
As a classical vocalist, Joseph has been member of the Corvallis Repertory Singers, a semi-professional choral group, since 2003. He is also a sought-after soloist and has been a featured performer at numerous venues.
Onstage, Joseph has brought many characters to life over the past two decades. His diverse roles have ranged from the lyric-tenor title role in Benjamin Britten's comic opera "Albert Herring," to the bluesy baritone of Audrey II (the plant) in "The Little Shop of Horrors."
A.S. Music, and A.S. English from Linn-Benton Community College, 1997
Studied Classical Voice Performance and Theater at Brigham Young University and Oregon State University, (Phone hidden).
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