Bryan returns to The Dallas Opera for La Bohème

bhbohemeOn March 13, Bryan Hymel returns to the Dallas Opera to reprise the role of Rodolfo in La Bohème. The American tenor most recently sang Puccini’s poet at The Metropolitan Opera and here stars opposite Ana María Martínez as Mimì under the baton of Riccardo Frizza. Together, they star in Jean-Pierre Ponnelle’s classic production, directed in revival by Peter Kazaras through March 29.

Bryan made his Dallas debut as Edgardo in the company’s 2012 production of Lucia di Lammermoor, a performance for which he earned a nomination for the company’s Maria Callas Debut Artist of the Year award.

Héroïque, Bryan’s debut album, now available on Warner Classics

81iZxjb8eRL._SX450_Bryan Hymel’s debut solo album, Héroïque, is now available on Warner Classics. With conductor Emmanuel Villaume and the PKF – Prague Philharmonia, the American tenor shows off his flair for French repertoire with a recording that includes arias from Guillaume Tell, Les Vêpres Siciliennes, L’Africaine, and La damnation de Faust.

Now available internationally, the album will be released next Tuesday, February 24, in the United States and can be pre-ordered on

Click here to order Héroïque.

Click here to watch the trailer for Héroïque, which includes a look at the recording process, completed last summer in Prague.


Bryan Hymel joins Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse for Berlioz Requiem

Bryan_Hymell-9911-Edit-2_0American tenor Bryan Hymel returns to music of Berlioz on February 5 when he joins the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse for the composer’s massive Requiem. Under the baton of conductor Tugan Sokhiev and the Orfeón Donostiarra choir at the Halle aux Grains and will be transmitted live on beginning at 8 p.m. local time. Click here to tune in.

Bryan Hymel gives U.S. premiere of Roger Waters’s Ça Ira with Nashville Symphony

caira-thumbTonight, Bryan Hymel joins the Nashville Symphony for the U.S. premiere of Roger Waters’s Ça Ira, a work the American tenor previously performed in Sweden in the summer of 2013.

Set in the early days of the French Revolution, Ça Ira takes its name from an emblematic song of the historical period, first heard in May of 1790. Bryan appears as one of the work’s soloists in a number of roles, starring alongside soprano Sally Matthews and bass David Soar. Waters himself narrates the performance, which is conducted by Rick Wentworth.


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