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Héroïque now available for pre-order

81iZxjb8eRL._SX450_Bryan Hymel’s debut solo album, Héroïque, is now available for pre-order on Warner Classics. Accompanied by the PKF – Prague Philharmonia and Emmanuel Villaume, the American tenor shows off his signature flair for French dramatic repertoire including highlights from his triumphs in Guillaume Tell, La damnation de Faust, Les Troyens, and Les vêpres siciliennes; along with a hand-picked mix of favorites and rarities. Héroïque will be released worldwide on February 16.

Click here to pre-order Héroïque on Amazon.


Performances of Anna Bolena, starring Bryan Hymel, continue at Lyric Opera of Chicago

news-item-1Following a New Year’s break spent in Oman at the Royal Opera House Muscat—which created what the Oman Daily Observer deemed “an ecstatic enthusiasm…[with] rich range of voice and performance”—Bryan Hymel returns to Chicago for the conclusion of Lyric Opera’s run of Anna Bolena. The American tenor makes his role and house debut in the production, which opened December 6. The final three performances take place January 7, 10, and 16.

In Oman, Bryan Hymel gives two gala concerts at Royal Opera House Muscat

1512366_851797401532047_4521159837967251024_nRounding out 2014 and in between performances at Lyric Opera of Chicago in Donizetti’s Anna Bolena, Bryan Hymel can be heard in two gala concerts December 30 and 31 at the Royal Opera House Muscat. The American tenor joins his wife, soprano Irini Kyriakidou, conductor Emmanuel Villaume, and pianist Andrew von Oeyen for a glittering New Year’s themed concert.

Bryan and Irini take the stage for the second half of the program, which includes arias and duets from La Bohème, My Fair Lady, Das Land des Lächelns, The Merry Widow, and La Traviata.

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