Trevor Scheunemann

Trevor Scheunemann

Vocalists — Baritone

“So does Trevor Scheunemann, whose hearty baritone and delectably colorful phrasing fleshed out the role of the pompous Belcore. A classy performance all around.” —Tim Smith, Baltimore Sun – Belcore in 'L'elisir d'amore' with Baltimore Concert Opera

“Trevor Scheunemann, last seen in 2010 as Jake Wallace (La Fanciulla del West) and as Count Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro) was a total standout in the supporting role of Moralès.” —Sean Martinfield, San Francisco Sentinel – Morales in 'Carmen' at San Francisco Opera

“As Figaro and Susanna's aristocratic employers, baritone Trevor Scheunemann and soprano Ellie Dehn were every bit as good, and no less wanting for romantic turmoil…Scheunemann's Count Almaviva, the target of much of this subterfuge, deployed a resonant, commanding voice…” —Emily Hilligoss, SF Weekly – Count Almaviva in 'Le nozze di Figaro' at San Francisco Opera


“Rich” and “gleaming” (Washington Post) are a few words used to describe the voice of American baritone Trevor Scheunemann.

Trevor Scheunemann begins the 2014 – 2015 season at the Washington National Opera as Marcello in a new production of La bohème. He also returns to the Metropolitan Opera as Morales in Carmen and Silvano in un ballo in maschera. In the summer of 2015, Mr. Scheunemann debuts at Teatro Municipal de Santiago as Sharpless in Madama Butterfly. He recently debuted the Montreal Symphony and Kent Nagano in Orff’s . . .

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