Madama Butterfly at Chorégies d’Orange

Madama Butterfly at the Metropolitan Opera (Photo: Ken Howard)On the heels of La traviata at Opéra National de Paris, Bryan Hymel performs Puccini’s Madama Butterfly in his first summer at the Chorégies d’Orange festival in France. The American tenor, who performed the role of Pinkerton to great acclaim at the Metropolitan Opera in 2014, brings his “robust tenor and ringing top notes” to the festival stage this July (New York Times).

Bryan sings alongside Ermonela Jaho as Cio-Cio San, Marc Barrad as Sharpless, and Marie-Nicole Lemieux as Suzuki. Mikko Franck leads the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and the Choirs of the Operas of Avignon, Nice, and Toulon in performances on July 9 and 12.

Returning to the role later in the year, Bryan opens Teatro alla Scala’s 2016-17 season on December 7.

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Summer highlights include Verdi in Paris, Festivals in Orange and Peralada

Photo: Dario AcostaSummer 2016 sees Bryan Hymel performing Verdi and Puccini, finishing the 2015-16 season in La traviata at Opéra National de Paris.

Making his debut at the Chorégies d’Orange festival, Bryan performs Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. The American tenor sings the role of Pinkerton under the baton of Finnish conductor Mikko Franck with Ermonela Jaho as Cio-Cio San, Marc Barrard as Sharpless and Marie-Nicole Lemieux as Suzuki. Bryan can be seen performing in the historic Roman theater on July 9 and 12.

Continuing the summer festival season, Bryan makes another debut on August 5 at the Festival Castell Peralada in a recital with soprano Irini Kyriakidou and pianist Julius Drake.

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BryanHymelenewslettermockupAs the 2015-16 season comes to an end, Bryan continues the summer with performances across Europe. Sign up for his e-newsletter for updates through next season. Subscribe here.

Bryan Hymel performs Verdi in Paris

Photo: Dario AcostaBryan Hymel continues performances of La Traviata at Opera National de Paris, singing the role of Alfredo alongside Maria Agresta, Sonya Yoncheva and Irina Lungu alternating the role of Verdi’s fallen woman.

The American tenor made his Houston Grand Opera debut in La Traviata in 2012 when he stepped in at the last minute, receiving acclaim from audiences and critics alike, Houston Arts Week calling his singing “impassioned and technically first-rate.”

Bryan performs La Traviata at the Opera National de Paris on June 4, 7, 11, 14, 17, and 29.

Watch Bryan and Maria Agresta perform “Libiamo ne’ lieti calici” at Opera Bastille.

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