Timothy McDevitt

American baritone Timothy McDevitt has established himself among the industry’s most versatile young performers of today. His unique ability to thrive in the worlds of both opera and musical theatre is clearly represented by his diverse schedule throughout the United States and abroad.

The 2017-18 season includes the role of Riff WEST SIDE STORY with the NHK Symphony (Tokyo) and with Yannick Nezet-Seguin conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, Bernstein’s Mass with the Chicago Symphony at Ravinia, BRIGADOON for the New York City Center Gala, Happy LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST at New York City Opera, Kate Soper’s new opera ROMANCE OF THE ROSE for Wet Ink Music Productions, and the title-role DEAR EDVARD at National Sawdust and Arena Stage.

Highlights from last season include Lt Cable SOUTH PACIFIC at Ash Lawn Opera, THE NEW YORKERS for Encores at NY City Center, Colonel Picquart THE DREYFUS AFFAIR at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Jonathan Dawe’s NERO AND THE FALL OF LEHMAN BROTHERS with Ensemble Echappe, THOU SWELL with the New York City Ballet, Enrico in Haydn’s L’ISOLA DISABITATA with the American Classical Orchestra at Alice Tully Hall, and in concert with the Manhattan Contemporary Chamber Ensemble at Carnegie Hall.

Notable credits from previous seasons include the role of Le Mari LES MAMELLES DE TIRESIAS at both the Theatre de La Monnaie de Munt in Bruxelles and the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Bernstein’s Mass with The Philadelphia Orchestra (album released on Deutsche Grammophon), Lt Wright THE SECRET GARDEN at Baltimore Center Stage and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, LADY BE GOOD for Encores at NY City Center (album released on Sh-k-Boom Records), the Emmy Nominated production of CAROUSEL with the NY Philharmonic/Live from Lincoln Center, Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion for NPR, GUYS AND DOLLS at Carnegie Hall, Paul LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES with the North Carolina Opera, Allazim ZAIDE with the New World Symphony, St. Plan FOUR SAINTS IN THREE ACTS with the Mark Morris Dance Group at BAM, various appearances with Steve Blier and the New York Festival of Song, and apprenticeships with Central City Opera and the Wolf Trap Opera.

Timothy has been recognized as a New York District Winner of the Metropolitan Opera Competition, a finalist in the Competizione dell’Opera at the Bolshoi in Moscow, the Lys Symonette Prize winner of the Lotte Lenya Competition, and twice as a finalist for the Atelier Lyrique at the Paris Opera (Opéra Bastille). A native of Reading, Pennsylvania, Mr. McDevitt holds both his Bachelor and Master degrees in Music from the Juilliard School.

 

Contact:

Robert Gilder
Managing Director
rgilder@robert-gilder.com

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