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Vocalists

Evan Hughes


— Bass-Baritone

“In this production, featuring young artists, the Alfonso was, naturally, young: Evan Hughes, an appealing, trim, rich-voiced bass-baritone.”
Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times, November 16, 2012 - Così Fan Tutte with the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program

“Evan Hughes, the baritone soloist, projected the three songs with gracefulness and clarity.”
Allan Kozinn, The New York Times, December 13, 2011 - World Premiere of Three Explorations by Eliot Carter with Axiom

About

American Bass-Baritone Evan Hughes has been praised for his “appealing clarity and emotional heft” (NY times) and his “burnished tone” (Opera News).

This season Mr. Hughes can be heard as Narbal in the new production of Les Troyens, Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro and Leporello in Don Giovanni with his home company, the Sächsische Staatsoper. He will reprise his two roles in the Simon McBurney production of The Rake’s Progress, Nick Shadow 2 and the Keeper of the Asylum, for his debut with the National Dutch . . .

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      Credit: Matthu Placek
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      Credit: Matthu Placek