Bryan Hymel praised for “clarion tone” in San Francisco Opera’s Les Troyens

Screen Shot 2015-03-18 at 5.51.22 PMBryan Hymel’s San Francisco Opera debut in Les Troyens was met with acclaim from audiences and critics alike. The American tenor was lauded for his performance as Aeneas with the ​San Francisco Chronicle applauding him as a “bright-toned, tireless tenor.” ​“The cast was wondrous,” concurred The San Francisco Examiner, which went on to cite “Bryan Hymel’s clarion-call Aeneas.”

San Jose Mercury News mirrored the Examiner’s sentiments, praising Bryan’s “ripe clarion tone as Aeneas, blending ardently in the love duet with Graham and giving a forceful account of his Act IV aria, ‘Inutiles regrets.’”

Les Troyens continues at San Francisco Opera with performances on June 12, 16, 20, 25, as well as on July 1.