Michael Anthony McGee

mcgee_michael_hr Hailed by Opera News as possessing “a sturdy baritone and terrific swagger with equal portions of baritonal power and graceful subtlety”, Michael Anthony McGee is enjoying successes on both the operatic and concert stages, in all styles from the Renaissance to Contemporary repertoire. Mr. McGee has sung leading roles throughout the United States, including the title roles in both Verdi’s FALSTAFF and Puccini’s GIANNI SCHICCHI with Seattle Opera Young Artist Program, Alphonse LA FAVORITE and the title role in Borodin’s PRINCE IGOR with San Francisco Opera’s Merola Opera Program, the American premiere of Tan Dun’s TEA: A MIRROR OF SOUL and Orest IPHIGÉNIE EN TAURIDE at Santa Fe Opera, and Hermann Ortel DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG at the Tanglewood Music Festival under the baton of Maestro James Levine. In his two years as a Filene Young Artist at Wolf Trap Opera Company, Mr. McGee sang the roles of Don Geronio IL TURCO IN ITALIA, Snug A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM and sang the title role SWEENEY TODD with the National Symphony Orchestra’s at the 7000-seat Filene Center. Other engagements include the demanding role of Francesco del Giocondo in Max von Schilling’s MONA LISA at Carnegie Hall with American Symphony Orchestra and Zurga LES PECHEURS DE PERLES with Israeli Opera, Tel Aviv.  Recent concert appearances include Mahler Kindertotenlieder with The Orchestra Now in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, where his reviews included the following from concerto.net –  ”Mr. McGee’s performance was lyrically gorgeous, his voice an effortless instrument. Mahler himself regarded the voice as part of an orchestra, and Mr. McGee had an easy time of it, from the lowest tones to almost a falsetto when necessary.

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