2016-17 Season brings Bryan Hymel back to the Met and Opéra National de Paris

Photo: Dario AcostaIn the 2016-17 season, Bryan Hymel returns to the Metropolitan Opera for Rossini’s Guillaume Tell and to the Opéra National de Paris for Bizet’s Carmen.

In October 2016, Bryan opens Pierre Audi’s new production of Guillaume Tell as Arnold alongside Marina Rebeka as Mathilde and Gerald Finley as the title character.

Later in the season, the American tenor performs Carmen at Opéra National de Paris, returning to the Opéra Bastille after a run of La traviata in the summer of 2016.

The American tenor continues the 2015-16 season with a recital at Wigmore Hall on February 25 with mezzo-soprano Irene Roberts, Rigoletto at Deutsche Oper Berlin, La bohème at the Metropolitan Opera, and Madama Butterfly at the Chorégies d’Orange festival.

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Bryan tours Europe this February in multi-city concerts series

10906500_823136247729917_192948139746506923_nThis February brings Bryan Hymel to Prague and Paris to perform two concerts with Greek soprano Irini Kyriakidou and the PKF – Prague Philharmonia and to London for a recital with Irene Roberts.

On February 14, the American tenor joins the PKF – Prague Philharmonia and conductor Paolo Bressan at the Smetana Hall in Prague for a program of Puccini, Mascagni, Puccini, Massenet, Reyer, and Gounod. Irini also performs Puccini, Dvorák and Bizet, and the duo will sing selections from Puccini’s La bohème. In Paris, Bryan and Irini reprise the same program on February 17 at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées.

Bryan then performs a special recital at London’s Wigmore Hall with mezzo-soprano Irene Roberts on February 25. As part of the Rosenblatt Recital series, Bryan sings songs and arias by Vaughan Williams, Gounod, Mascagni, and Bizet.

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Met Opera broadcasts Bryan’s performance in La bohème

La Bohème at the Metropolitan Opera (Cory Weaver/The Metropolitan Opera)Bryan Hymel opens 2016 on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera, charming audiences as the idealistic poet Rodolfo in Zeffirelli’s iconic production of La bohème. Of his return to the Met, New York Classical Review declares Bryan’s voice “wonderfully suited to the role of the romantic playwright Rodolfo, consistently bright, and clear and ringing in its upper reaches.”

Tune in this evening to hear Bryan’s “ardent, arching phrases” in Puccini’s love story via live broadcast (GB Opera Magazine). The webcast begins at 7:25 p.m. EST and is available online.

La bohème continues at the Met with performances January 16 and 23; April 15, 21, 25 and 29; and May 5.

Bryan Hymel returns to the Metropolitan Opera for La bohème

bhbohemeOn the heels of his debut at the Opéra National de Paris in Berlioz’s La damnation de Faust, Bryan returns to the Metropolitan Opera to perform Rodolfo in La bohème.

Bryan last appeared at the Metropolitan Opera in the same role, of which Bachtrack raved: “[Hymel's] agonized cry of ‘Mimì! Mimì’ at the end of Act IV was devastating in both vocal beauty and heart-wrenching pain.”

The American tenor sings under the baton of Dan Ettinger alongside Maria Agresta, Hei-Kyung Hong, Susanna Phillips, and Ailyn Pérez in performances from January 6 to 23, and April 15 to May 5.

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