Semperoper Dresden debut in Der Rosenkavalier

SemperoperThe American tenor Bryan Hymel continues his summer appearances with a debut at the Semperoper Dresden in Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier under the baton of Christian Thielemann. Hymel joins a first-class roster of singers that includes soprano Anna Schwanewilms as the Marschallin, bass Peter Rose as Baron Ochs, and mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča as Octavian.

Bryan’s performances this season have included a number of major European debuts, including first performances in Paris and Vienna with the Orchestre National du Capitôle de Toulouse and a forthcoming debut at the Salzburg Festival in Jeanne d’Arc on August 1. Looking ahead to next season, Bryan will make his house and role debut in Les contes d’Hoffmann at the Opernhaus Zürich and returns to the Austrian capital for his debut at the Wiener Staatsoper.

Bryan Hymel returns to Lyric Opera Baltimore in Verdi’s ‘Rigoletto’

Bryan_Hymell-5371-2This May the American tenor Bryan Hymel returns to the Lyric Opera Baltimore in Verdi’s classic operatic tragedy Rigoletto, portraying the Duke of Mantua in a production by John Hoomes and conducted by Richard Buckley. The performances, which take place on May 17 and 19, see Bryan starring alongside American baritone Stephen Powell in the title role and French soprano Norah Amsellem as Rigoletto’s innocent daughter Gilda. Last season Bryan was seen at the Lyric Opera Baltimore in Gounod’s Faust. For more information on the concert, click here.

Bryan Hymel wins Olivier Award

news-item-2At a Royal Opera House ceremony on Sunday evening, Bryan Hymel won the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera for his trio of performances in Les Troyens, Robert le diable, and Rusalka. The annual Olivier Awards honor achievement in British theater, opera, and dance. Bryan was the only singer to be recognized in the category this year. Bryan’s fellow 2013 nominees for Outstanding Achievement in Opera included conductor Edward Gardner, Music Theatre Wales and Scottish Opera, and the stage management teams of English National Opera and the Royal Opera House.

Just last month the Metropolitan Opera named Bryan the recipient of the 2013 Beverly Sills Artist Award. The $50,000 prize, the largest of its kind in the United States, is designated for extraordinarily gifted singers between the ages of 25 and 40 who have already appeared in featured solo roles at the Met. Earlier this April, Bryan was shortlisted for the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Singer Award.

Next season the American tenor will return to Covent Garden from October 17 to November 11, as Henri in a new production of Verdi’s Les vêpres siciliennes. Later in the season Bryan makes his house debuts at the Vienna Staatsoper and Opernhaus Zürich and will return to Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper and New York’s Metropolitan Opera.


A landmark 2013-14 season

Bryan_Hymell-5879-2On the heels of a momentous season, Bryan Hymel looks forward to a 2013-14 performance calendar that includes house debuts at the Vienna Staatsoper and Opernhaus Zürich, and returns to London’s Royal Opera House, Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper, and New York’s Metropolitan Opera.

Bryan returns to London’s Royal Opera House this fall, reprising his role as the rebellious patriot Henri in a new production of Verdi’s Les Vêpres siciliennes. The performances come on the heels of Bryan’s Olivier Awards nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Opera, which acknowledges his highly acclaimed performances at Covent Garden in Les Troyens, Robert le diable, and Rusalka in previous seasons. The production runs from October 17 to November 11.

Following an acclaimed debut at the Met last season in Les Troyens, Bryan returns to the famed New York house as Lieutenant Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly from January 16 to February 11. This spring Bryan was awarded the Metropolitan Opera’s coveted Beverly Sills award, which acknowledges gifted young singers. Bryan reprises the role of Madama Butterfly‘s Lieutenant Pinkterton later this season, making his house debut at the Vienna Staatsoper from April 5 to 14.

In March Bryan travels to Zurich, making both his house and role debut as the title character of Hoffman in Jacques Offenbach’s Les contes d’Hoffman at Opernhaus Zürich. The performances run from March 21 to April 4.

On May 16 and 17 Bryan turns to the concert stage, guesting as soloist with the Rotterdam Philharmonic in Verdi’s monumental Requiem, conducted by the orchestra’s Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin.

Bryan closes out his 2013-14 season at Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper, where he makes his debut in one of the most demanding roles in the tenor repertoire: the lovelorn Arnold Melchta in Rossini’s medieval saga Guillaume Tell. The performances run from June 28 to July 13.

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