Manager: William G. Guerri
Management Territory: Worldwide
"Mr. Boyer made a strong impression as the initial soloist. He drew on a fully developed palette of vocal colors in order to express the conflicting emotions in Raimondo’s mix of horror and sympathy over Lucia’s actions. "Dalle stanze" showed a smooth lyrical delivery with judicious application of vibrato. His chilling enunciation of “insanguinato” made of his voice a convincing witness to the aftermath of the murderous deed." Opera Today
"Enobarbus, a gratefully written part, got a nuanced, noble embodiment from Evan Boyer, a gifted stage artist with a solid, mellow bass." Opera News
"Bass Evan Boyer sang imposingly as Créon, and his descent into madness was achingly poignant." Opera News
Bass Evan Boyer is a recent graduate of the Ryan Opera Center at Lyric Opera of
Chicago. In the current season, Mr. Boyer performs Angelotti in Tosca with Cincinnati Opera and returns to the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra to sing Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. Last season, he performed the role of Masetto in Don Giovanni with Seattle Opera, Colline in La bohème with Palm Beach Opera. He was heard as the Armchair/Tree in L’enfant et les Sortilèges with Seiji Ozawa’s Music Academy in Japan and was a resident artist at Wolf Trap . . . Opera, where he performed Ramfis in Aida and The Bonze in Madama Butterfly. Orchestral engagements included Mozart’s Requiem with the Dallas Symphony and the Houston Symphony, as Handel’s Messiah with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, and the world premiere of Theofanidis’ oratorio Creation/Creator with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Mr. Boyer opened last season with a concert with the Lyric Opera of Chicago at
Millennium Park, and also sang the role of Lodovico in Otello at the Lyric. Additionally, he performed Sarastro in The Magic Flute in a new production with Los Angeles Opera, and returned to the Canadian Opera Company, singing Samuel in Un ballo in maschera.
Mr. Boyer completed his tenure at the Ryan Opera Center in 2012-13. Throughout that season he was heard in productions of Simon Boccanegra, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, La bohème, and Rigoletto. Subsequently, Mr. Boyer made his debut with the Canadian Opera Company as 1st Soldier in Salome, followed by performances as the 2nd Commisaire in Dialogues des Carmelites. He also sang the role of Colline in La bohème with the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional in the Dominican Republic.