Jonathan Beyer, baritone

Jonathan Beyer has performed with the Metropolitan Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Teatro Petruzelli, Oper Frankfurt, Dallas Opera, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Pittsburgh Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, Fort Worth Opera, Opera Santa Barbara, Opera Grand Rapids, The Chautauqua Institution, Tanglewood Music Center, Accademia Verdiana, and Teatro di Verdi in a wide variety of roles including Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Malatesta in Don Pasaquale, Papageno in Die Zauberflöte, Escamillo in Carmen, Marcello in La Boheme, and Richard Nixon in Nixon In China.

In the 2013-2014 season he makes his debut with Anchorage Opera as Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor. He will be returning to the Fort Worth Symphony as the title role in Elijah. He will also sing the title role with the Harrisburg Symphony. This season he will also make debut with the Apollo Chorus of Chicago in Handel’s Messiah and with the Delaware Symphony for Carmina Burana. He will also debut with Opera de Montreal as Ping in their production of Turandot. He will also be giving recitals through the Tri-County Concerts Association and the Norton Building Concert Series.

Mr. Beyer has performed in recital with Craig Rutenberg, Mikael Eliasen, Kristin Okerlund, Martin Katz and Brian Zeger. He has given recitals through the Vocal Arts Society, Marilyn Horne Foundation, Chicago Cultural Center, Judith Raskin Foundation, Bertlesmann Foundation, Huntsville Chamber Music Guild, Pittsburgh Concert Society, Over the Rainbow Foundation, Astral Artists, the Marian Anderson Foundation, Lyrique-en-mer, and The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. He has degrees from the Curtis Institute of Music and the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University.