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Alexander Birch Elliott, baritone

Alexander Birch Elliott

Appeared in the concert The Kingdom which was performed on October 31, 2019 at Carnegie Hall.

Baritone Alexander Birch Elliott continues to garner praise for his “heated intensity and beguiling timbre of mahogany” (New York Times). Alexander made major debuts last season at both The Metropolitan Opera and Houston Grand Opera singing the role of Zurga in Les Pêcheurs de Perles. In the 2019–2020 season he debuts at Carnegie Hall with the American Symphony Orchestra for Elgar’s The Kingdom, as well as with New York’s PROTOTYPE Festival as Lucifer in Rev 23, directed by James Darrah and conducted by Daniela Candillari. He returns to Tulsa Opera for performances of Carmen, as well as to the Pittsburgh Symphony for Fidelio.

Alexander made two significant festival debuts in the summer of 2018, both in celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s centennial. He appeared with the Ravinia Festival in June under the baton of Marin Alsop as a Street Singer in Bernstein’s Mass, followed by performances of Maximilian, the Sea Captain, and the Grand Inquisitor in Candide at the Tanglewood Festival. Recent operatic appearances include as Sonora in La fanciulla del West in his debut with New York City Opera; Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia with Opera Santa Barbara; Anthony in Sweeney Todd and the title role of Eugene Onegin with Portland Opera; and as Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte with Opera Omaha.