Solo concert with Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra January 9

Bryan_Hymell-6259This Wednesday, January 9, the American tenor Bryan Hymel – on the heels of his highly acclaimed Metropolitan Opera debut – appears in a special concert with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Frédéric Chaslin. Bryan’s musical program showcases operatic arias by Puccini, Verdi, Gounod, Massenet, and Bizet, including the favorite “La fleur que tu m’avais jetée” from Carmen and “Che gelida manina” from La bohème. This Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra Classical Series concert takes place at the Henry Crown Symphony Hall at 8:00pm. Learn more here.

Bryan Hymel triumphs in Metropolitan Opera debut

news-item-2The New York Times has hailed Bryan Hymel’s “impassioned and confident performance” in Berlioz’s Les Troyens at the Metropolitan Opera – the American tenor’s debut at the iconic American house. Bryan shined as the Trojan hero Aeneas, singing with “unflagging stamina and impetuous abandon” and bringing his “dark hued and muscular” voice to what Anthony Tommasini considers “one of the most difficult of all tenor challenges.” His rapport with mezzo-soprano Susan Graham – who sings Dido, Queen of Carthage – elicited “soaring lyricism and melting sound” from the stage.

You can watch Bryan in his Met debut performances Live in HD this Saturday, January 5, when the iconic New York house broadcasts this celebrated production of Berlioz’s epic opera to cinemas worldwide. Get your seats here.

Bryan Hymel to make Metropolitan Opera debut in Berlioz’s Les Troyens

Bryan_Hymell-5371-2Bryan Hymel makes his debut at the Metropolitan Opera this Wednesday, December 26th, singing the role of Aeneas in Berlioz’s epic opera Les Troyens. Bryan joins an all-star cast that includes Deborah Voigt as Cassandra and Susan Graham as Dido in what the New York Times calls a “visually stunning” production by Francesca Zambello. Performances of Les Troyens take place December 26 & 29 and January 1 & 5.

Bryan’s debut Met performance can be seen in cinemas worldwide Live in HD on January 5. Click here for tickets and more information. 

Bryan Hymel brings “glorious” Robert to Royal Opera House

news-item-1Bryan Hymel’s performance in the title role of Meyerbeer’s Robert le diable at the Royal Opera House has garnered critical acclaim, with the Independent praising the American tenor’s “gleaming voice” and his deft handling of the role’s demands. To the Guardian, “Bryan Hymel as Robert and Patrizia Ciofi as his beloved Isabelle tackle their immense roles with tremendous panache and stamina.”

Bryan appears at the Royal Opera House in a new production of Meyerbeer’s opera by Laurent Pelly. Performances continue until December 21.

Learn more here.

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