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Dr. Robert Wright is a native Arizonan. He attended Arizona State University from 2004 to 2008 before pursuing a career in medicine.

He performed the role of Papageno in The Magic Flute at Chandler-Gilbert Community College and in L'elisir d'amore and Ghost Voices at ASU and was also selected as the bass soloist in Haydn’s The Creation, Handel’s Messiah, and selections from Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov, among others.

Around the valley he has also performed as soloist in Mozart’s Requiem, several Bach cantatas, and many productions of Messiah. He has been an adjunct voice instructor at Chandler-Gilbert Community College and was a member of the Phoenix Chorale under the direction of Charles Bruffy for one season before leaving the ensemble to attend medical school.

During medical school, he continued to sing in local ensembles, including the Royal Renaissance Singers in Phoenix and Mesa Community College’s Canto Vivo Choir.

He graduated from medical school in 2015 and is completing a residency in internal medicine in Phoenix. He plans to practice medicine in the East Valley and to continue to sing in his spare time.