DREW TABLAK’S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED VOCAL ABILITY AND PERFORMANCE VERSATILITY HAS GIVEN HIM THE PRIVILEGE TO PERFORM ALL OVER THE WORLD.
From renowned concerts halls and venues like Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl to the stages of the Disneyland Resort, Drew Tablak is an in-demand and effervescent performer who never ceases to thrill and amaze audiences.
A graduate from Azusa Pacific University with his degree is Voice Performance he has had the honor of being a guest soloist for the Long Beach Pops Symphony Orchestra, The Premier Chorale of Los Angeles, The Pacific Symphony, The Orange County Symphony and The Golden State Pops. In 2005 he soloed at Carnegie Hall and in 2012 made a guest appearance on Glee.
An accomplished acappella singer and clinician, he has worked with all three winners of The Sing Off, Claude Mcknight of Take 6, and acappella guru, Tony Huerta.
Working for Disney Entertainment he has performed in a number of various shows, recording studios, and live concerts. He was the soloist at the ground breaking ceremony for Disneyland Shanghai and for several consecutive years has been privileged to be the soloist for the Disney Candlelight Processional. He currently works in the world famous Dapper Dans, and previously worked in The Mad T Party and the illustrious Voices of Liberty.
In 2013, he played the role of Mary Sunshine in the musical Chicago at the Hollywood Bowl, directed by Brooke Shields. He has also toured with It Gets Better the Musical, a project dedicated to the prevention of bullying and suicide among LGBT youth, something he is incredibly passionate about.
Additionally, Drew is an in-demand Session Singer in the greater Los Angeles area, having recorded background vocals for major artists like The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lindsey Stirling, as well as having lent his vocal abilities to soundtracks for Disney and more. His debut Christmas record, "What Christmas Means to Me" is available now anywhere music is sold.