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The Singing Gutierrez Triplets are Ready for a New Stage


Posted 06/10/2016
Posted by Sophia Olsen


The triplets are known as the "Jonas Brothers of Classical music."

The triplets are known as the "Jonas Brothers of Classical music."

The singing Gutierrez brothers graduated on May 15 with degrees in vocal performance from The Hartt School.

The singing Gutierrez brothers graduated on May 15 with degrees in vocal performance from The Hartt School.

Prepared with degrees in vocal performance from the University of Hartford’s The Hartt School, three brothers who have spent all of their lives together are moving on to separate paths and pursuits. The singing Gutierrez brothers are identical triplets from Chesapeake, Va. After four years at UHart, they now will live in different states as they pursue their dreams of performing and teaching music. It is the first time the brothers have lived in different locations.

Chase, Evan, and Zachary Gutierrez started singing and performing together when they were just three years old. They have recorded CDs, performed professionally as a group called “Three,” and have been referred to as “the Jonas Brothers of classical music.”

Now, Evan will pursue a master’s degree in vocal performance at the Peabody Institute of The John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. Chase will stay in Connecticut where he has some singing gigs lined up while preparing to apply to graduate schools. Zachary is moving to Washington D.C. to work as a professional singer before applying to graduate schools.

“I feel like Hartt has prepared me for all kinds of jobs,” says Zachary of his career plans. “With the instruction and mentoring from teachers, I have become a leader,” he adds.

Evan says he also gained leadership skills. “The Hartt School has helped me work in teams,” he says when speaking of an assignment that paired him with a first-year student for whom he was a teacher and mentor.

Chase says he would encourage new students in The Hartt School to focus on their goals, live in the moment, and be optimistic, “The teachers really care about the students. They want you to succeed,” he says.

The triplets are known as the "Jonas Brothers of Classical music."

The triplets are known as the "Jonas Brothers of Classical music."

The singing Gutierrez brothers graduated on May 15 with degrees in vocal performance from The Hartt School.

The singing Gutierrez brothers graduated on May 15 with degrees in vocal performance from The Hartt School.