Evan Hughes

Evan Hughes


Vocalists — 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

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

The 2014-2015 season sees Mr. Hughes return to the Semperoper in Dresden in a variety of roles ranging from Handel (Zoroastro in Orlando and Achilla in Giulio Cesare) to Rossini (Don Basilio in Barbiere di Siviglia), Verdi (Pietro in Simon Boccanegra), Puccini (Colline in La Bohème) and contemporary music (Emma Becker in Peter Ronnefeld’s Nachtausgabe). In concert, Mr. Hughes will return to Carnegie Hall . . .

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