About The Storytellers

We are an all-male vocal quintet who fuses the power of song and narrative to build community. We’ve sung all over Colorado, partnering with organizations and businesses to create spaces for people connect through our art form.

Our Members

Alejandro Fuentes


Alejandro Fuentes Mena was born in Valparaiso, Chile and grew up in San Diego, California. In 2013, he became one of the first two DACAmented teachers in the history of the United States. His passion for singing emerged at church where the harmonies of gospel music captured his heart and mind. These days he sings at every opportunity: worship teams, a capella groups, high school show choirs, and yes, even karaoke. Though some may say he sings too much, he ignores the critics and puts his passion to work. In addition to The Storytellers, he sings in the band, The Pink Hawks. Don't let his height fool you, Dro could match high notes with a seasoned gospel singer from Alabama.

Brenton Weyi


If it involves a stage, Brenton Weyi has probably done it. With an artistic background in dance, poetry and stage performance, Brenton uses the power of word and performance art to cultivate humanity. He is a first generation essayist and award-winning creative polymath informed by travel to over 60 nations, A practiced lyricist, Brenton has written many songs and prides himself on helping people remember "that one tune" from 1997. Brenton knew he had a love for music when someone once told him "I've never seen anyone speak so passionately about their Ipod before."

Devin Stone


From a junior high church choir to a high school barbershop quartet; from jazz bands, chorales, and a capella groups to a full-blown minor in music, Devin’s musical experiences have run the gamut. His talents were acquired by the Storytellers a year ago when his fraternity brother Dro (Alejandro) asked him to come check it out. Since then he’s arranged several songs and has consistently been the tallest member of the group. A software developer by day and a crooner of classics by night, he enjoys karaoke, bird appreciation, and RISK: The Game of Global Domination.

Gibran Mahmud


Gibran Mahmud, Indonesian-American Tenor has earned acclaim for his career as a professional singer and theatrical performer throughout the US and on stages abroad. Highlights include: The Baker in Into The Woods at The Spark, Reverend Samuel Parris in The Crucible at Berlin Opernfest, The Fisherman in Pacific Overtures with Chromolume Theatre, and Kaherdin in the West Coast premiere of Frank Martin's The Love Potion with Long Beach Opera. Gibran hails from Dayton, OH and is an alumnus of USC Thornton School of Music (MM) and Miami University (BM). www.gibranmahmud.com

Jerome Sibulo


Baritone Jerome Síbulo is an active performer, educator, and arts administrator in the Denver area. He was most recently seen as a featured soloist in Opera on Tap – Colorado’s SEE/HEAR Illuminated Stories in Song concert. He also sings with The Storytellers (an all-male a cappella quintet), Opera Colorado, and Soro and the Prince (a singing ukulele duo). When stay-at-home orders took effect due to the pandemic, Soro and the Prince created a cover of a song every day for twelve weeks and shared it on their #CoronaCovers series on YouTube and Facebook.

When not performing, Jerome teaches voice lessons in his private studio, at Neighborhood Music School (Stanley Marketplace), and at Pirisen Music Lessons (Centennial). He also helps manage the robust Music & Arts Ministry at Trinity United Methodist Church in downtown Denver.

Every time we perform, we aim for three qualities:

  1. To build community through audience engagement. Whether it’s giving our audience a conversation prompt to discuss, inviting someone to join us on stage, or teaching a part to sing along with us — we are committed to creating bonds and leaving our listeners with full hearts.
  1. To find exciting ways of enhancing our performances beyond one medium. At our last big show, we told personal stories from our pasts, wove skits into our songs, improvised group songs and freestyle musical verse, and taught our audience music of distant cultures. These fusions not only enhance our own performances, but they allow us to customize every performance that our clients and partners hire us for.
  1. To embrace creativity. Whether it’s performing in an art gallery or children’s book store, some of our best collaborations have come in non-traditional spaces and at unexpected times (even by surprise!).

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