American singer A. J. Teshin was born and raised in Northeastern Pennsylvania. After studying voice at the Hartt School of Music and earning a BFA in musical theatre from the Boston Conservatory of Music, he moved to Los Angeles, where he works as a professional musician and sometimes actor. Teshin has sung the $5 Foot Long Radio and TV spots for Subway, and for many years has performed the ambient vocals on several albums in the best selling relaxation music series by composer Chuck Wild called Liquid Mind on the label Real Music. Teshin sung, produced, and arranged The Kurt Weill Project, released on LML Music in 2008. He’s works often as a singer at various churches in LA, and has sung with Los Angeles Choral Artists (Tony Thornton, cond.) and Opus 7 (Ariel Quintana, cond.) Occasionally, he performs the Kurt Weill repertoire with his accompanist Trissina Rose at venues in Southern California. Most recently, Teshin acted a small role in the indie short Go-Go Reject, an audience favorite at film festivals across the country in 2010. He roughed up Vanness Wu in a barfight scene for an upcoming feature called Midnight Joyride. Also this year, he acted in 3 film shorts entitled The Visitor, La Gato Vita and Wish You Were Here. TV Appearances include Star Trek: Enterprise, MTV Video Music Awards; Music Videos include The Dope Show (w/Marilyn Manson and Billy Zane) and 2 solo videos in connection with The Kurt Weill Project. LA Theatre audiences have seen him as Henry in Henry and Hyde at the Celebration Theatre, and as the Tenor in Song of Songs at the Fountain Theatre.