Gideon Dabi

Gideon Dabi

Gideon Dabi, baritone

Gideon Dabi

Baritone Gideon Dabi continues to receive great acclaim delivering “powerfully felt, beautifully performed and articulated” performances across a wide array of genres and styles. His “earnest interpretations” have thrilled audiences from his home State Theater in New Brunswick, NJ, through the Music Festival of the Hamptons working with Norman Dello Joio, to Israel, Italy, and back again. This season, Gideon joined Sarasota Opera for their production of La Bohème (Schaunard) and Ash Lawn Opera for Amahl and the Night Visitors. In 2016, he returns to Sarasota Opera for a role debut of Dr. Malatesta in Don Pasquale and to Ash Lawn Opera for Amahl and the Night Visitors and to sing the role of Sir James in the east coast premiere of Middlemarch in Spring.

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Last season, Gideon returned to Ash Lawn Opera for Candide and Amahl and the Night Visitors, but not before joining the prestigious Merola Opera Company for Don Giovanni and the Schwabacher Summer Concerts. Recent engagements include Carousel and La bohème with Ash Lawn Opera, as well as singing Valentin in Faust and Dreieinigkeitsmoses (Trinity Moses) in Dona Vaughn’s production of Aufstieg und der Fall der Stadt Mahagonny. Previously, Gideon appeared in the New York Times-voted “Best of the Year” production of John Corigliano’s The Ghosts of Versailles (directed by Jay Lesenger) for which Gideon was hailed by the New York Times as a “standout among a winning cast.” Feast of Music said, “Beaumarchais was brilliantly played by Gideon Dabi, whose rich baritone traversed both the comedy and sadness of the character’s journey.” Also performed last season were the roles of Don Alfonso in Così fan tutte with Manhattan School of Music Opera (directed by Dona Vaughn, conducted by Israel Gursky), Valentin in Gounod’s Faust (directed by Carol Castel), as well as several recitals. In 2011, Gideon was an Apprentice Artist with Chautauqua Opera, singing Verdi’s Luisa Miller, Mozart’s Magic Flute, and concerts with the Chautauqua Symphony under the direction of Stephen Osgood and Stuart Chafetz. His work with the company garnered him the prestigious Chautauqua Opera Guild Apprentice Artist Award. Singing with New York Lyric Opera, Gideon sang several leading roles such as Marcello (La bohème), the Count (Le nozze di Figaro), as well as Peter (Hansel and Gretel) under the baton of Stephen Crawford, Keith Chambers, and Tony Bellomy.

At the Boston University Opera Institute, Gideon had the honor of working with such fine directors as Sharon Daniels, Beth Greenberg, and Jim Petosa to sing the title role of Il barbiere di Siviglia, the baritone in Postcard from Morocco, and the unique honor of premiering Act II of Jorge Martin’s Before Night Falls. While in Boston, Gideon graced the stage of Symphony Hall as soloist for Maestro Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra. A first-generation American fluent in Hebrew, Gideon was a soloist for Naxos’ Grammy Award-winning Anthology of Jewish- American Composers recordings. Gideon received his undergraduate degree in Voice Performance from Rutgers University where he performed such roles as Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro), Zuniga (Carmen), and Mr. Gobineau (The Medium). He received a Masters in Music from Manhattan School of Music where he was heard as the Marquis de la Force (Dialogues des Carmélites) as well as the Earl of Dunmow in Lennox Berkeley’s A Dinner Engagement for which the New York Times found him “very appealing.”

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Hunter Enoch

Hunter Enoch

Hunter Enoch, baritone

Hunter Enoch

Hunter Enoch, baritone, is originally from Paris, Tennessee. In the fall of 2015, Hunter joined the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist program at Washington National Opera. This season with WNO, he will be seen as Il Conte Almaviva in the Young Artist performance of Le nozze di Figaro, a Corporal in The Daughter of the Regiment, ADC in The Dictator’s Wife, covering Joseph De Rocher in Dead Man Walking, and Sharpless in the Young Artist performance of Madame Butterfly. In 2015 Hunter made his WNO debut as Moralés in Carmen and was seen as James Miller in the world premiere of Better Gods. This summer Hunter returned to The Glimmerglass Festival as a guest artist to sing Marcello in La bohème, and cover the role of John Proctor in The Crucible. Hunter made his festival debut as Sharpless in the Young Artist Performance of Madame Butterfly in 2014. He was a Resident Artist at the Academy of Vocal Arts during the 2014-2015 season where he appeared as Taddeo in L’italiana in Algeri, Marcello in La bohème, and Valentin in Faust.

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As a member of Seattle Opera’s 2012-2013 Young Artist Program, he sang Il Cavaliere di Belfiore in Un Giorno di Regno, and participated in their Viva Verdi gala. Other training includes: the Emerging Artist program at Virginia Opera where he sang the roles of Moralès in Carmen and Wig Maker in Ariadne auf Naxos in 2014, Chautauqua Opera as a Studio Artist in 2012, and the Studio Artist program at Wolf Trap Opera in 2010 and 2011. He earned his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music from University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. Hunter is a semifinalist in the Metropolitan National Council Auditions, and is the recipient of the Sullivan Foundation’s Career Development Award.

"Toreador Song" from CARMEN - Bizet

"Ya Vas Lyublyu" from QUEEN OF SPADES - Tchaikovsky

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Joseph Lattanzi

Joseph Lattanzi

Joseph Lattanzi, baritone

Joseph Lattanzi

A 2017 Sullivan Foundation Award recipient, baritone Joseph Lattanzi established himself as a young singer to watch with his portrayal of Hawkins Fuller in the world premiere of Greg Spears’ Fellow Travelers with Cincinnati Opera. The New York Times said “Joseph Lattanzi was splendid as Hawk, his buttery baritone luxuriant and robust.” and Opera News described him as a “confident, handsome presence, and a resonant baritone suggesting wells of feeling that the character might prefer to leave untapped.” In the current season, Mr. Lattanzi returns to the Arizona Opera Studio where he will be heard in their Sapphire Celebration with Frederica von Stade, as Yamadori in Madama Butterfly, Dandini in La Cenerentola, and as the Gamekeeper in Rusalka. He also returns to Seattle Opera as Kuligin in Katya Kabanová.

Previoulsy, Mr. Lattanzi appeared with Jake Heggie in Opera America’s Creators in Concert series, previewing Fellow Travelers at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust, and soloing in Carmina Burana with the Reno Philharmonic and at the Christ (Crystal) Cathedral. During the 2015-2016 season he joined Arizona Opera for performances as Riolobo in Florencia en el Amazonas, Moralès and Dancaïre in Carmen, and the title role in Don Giovanni. Lattanzi’s 2014-2015 season began with a return home to debut with The Atlanta Opera as Yamadori and included workshopping Jake Heggie’s new opera Great Scott, revisiting Fellow Travelers at the Opera America National Opera Center, Carmina Burana with the Chicago Sinfonietta, and performing Guglielmo in Così fan tutte. The 2013-2014 season included his return to Seattle Opera in The Consul, a debut season with Cincinnati Opera in three roles, and an exciting international debut in Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem with the Orchestra e Coro Sinfonica di Milano “Giuseppe Verdi”. Recently, Lattanzi garnered acclaim for his performances of Il Conte in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro led by Xian Zhang at San Francisco Opera’s Merola Opera Program.

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Equally at home in standard and new repertoire, Lattanzi has created roles in workshops of operas by Gregory Spears (Fellow Travelers), Jake Heggie (Great Scott), Daniel Catán (Meet John Doe), and Clint Borzoni (The Copper Queen). In the 2011-2012 season, Mr. Lattanzi was recognized by Opera News Magazine for his “fresh, bright baritone voice” as Moralès in Bizet’s Carmen with Seattle Opera. As a member of Seattle Opera’s Young Artist Program, he also performed the roles of Dr. Malatesta in Donizetti’s Don Pasquale and Albert in Massenet’s Werther. Other stage credits include the title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), and Man With a Shoe Sample Kit (Postcard from Morocco). The Mableton, GA native has studied at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM). In addition to two summers at the Merola Opera Program, he has participated in programs at the Brevard Music Center and the Chautauqua Institute Voice Program.

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Craig Verm

Craig Verm

Craig Verm, baritone

Craig Verm

Praised for his “arrestingly vibrant” and “robust” baritone, Craig Verm has brought his riveting dramatic portrayals to stages around the world. Most recently, he made his company debut at The Santa Fe Opera as Sonora in Fanciulla del West along with Der Graf in Capriccio, performances for which he was praised for his “deep, velvet baritone {whose} featured moments leapt out from the crowd.” In the current season, he joins Arizona Opera for their 45th Anniversary Celebration alongside famed mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade. He returns to Pittsburgh Opera as Ping in Turandot, makes his debut with Seattle Opera as Papageno in The Magic Flute, and sings Marcello in La bohème with Knoxville Opera. In the summer, he returns to Des Moines Metro Opera in the title role of Benjamin Britten’s Billy Budd. In the most recent season, Mr. Verm returned to Opera Philadelphia as Belcore in L’elisir d’amore, was heard as Friedrich Bhaer in Little Women at Madison Opera, and sang Messiah with Rhode Island Philharmonic.

Mr. Verm’s has made international debuts on stages including Lyric Opera of Chicago as Albert in Massenet’s Werther; as Escamillo in Carmen at Teatro Municipal de Santiago, where he later returned as Billy Budd; at Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse as Sid in Albert Herring; as Ramiro in L’heure espagnole with the Nationale Reisopera in the Netherlands; and as Count Almaviva in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro at Seiji Ozawa’s Ongaku-juku Festival. Frequently sought after for new works, Mr. Verm created the role of Doug Hansen in Judy Talbot’s Everest at Dallas Opera, sang the title role of Elmer Gantry with Florentine Opera, and was heard as George in Of Mice and Men at Tulsa Opera. In the fall of 2017, he returns to Opera Philadelphia for War Stories, a production which pairs Monteverdi’s Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda with Lembit Beecher’s I have no stories to tell you. He returns to the double-bill as Tancredi and Daniel, roles he performed when the production premiered with Gotham Chamber Opera.

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Equally adept within the realm of oratorio, his other concert appearances encompass performances of Glass’ the CIVIL warS with the Los Angeles Philharmonic; Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on Christmas Carols with the Pittsburgh Symphony; Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs with the Asheville Symphony Orchestra; Gounod’s Messe Solennelle de Sainte Cécile with Les Escales Musicales d’Evian; Orff’s Carmina Burana with the Alexandria Symphony; he sang William Schuman’s cantata, Casey at the Bat with the Reno Philharmonic; Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass with the Boston Youth Symphony; Handel’s Messiah with the Rhode Island Philharmonic; Bach’s Mass in B minor at Portugal’s Aviero Music Festival; Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 as a guest artist at Brown University; as well as Faure’s Requiem with the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony, and Schubert’s Mass in G and Rutter’s Mass of the Children with the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale. He has also sung Haydn’s Creation with the Robert Page Festival Singers at the Virginia Arts Festival as well as on tour in Vienna and Budapest, Mahler’s Songs of a Wayfarer with the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, as well as performances of Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem. He has also presented solo recitals under the auspices of The Dallas Opera, the Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse, and at West Liberty University.

He enjoys a strong relationship with Pittsburgh Opera, where he has sung the lead baritone role of Tom Joad in Gordon’s The Grapes of Wrath, Zurga in Les pêcheur de perles, Papageno, Mercutio in Roméo et Juliette, Ping, Junius in The Rape of Lucretia, the Novice’s Friend in Billy Budd, Angelotti in Tosca as well as Guglielmo in student performances of Così fan tutte. Other recent performances include Marcello, Minskman in Dove’s Flight, and Ping with Austin Lyric Opera; Papageno, Aeneas in Dido and Aeneas, and Adonis in Venus and Adonis with Florentine Opera; Ned Keene in Peter Grimes and Mercutio with Des Moines Metro Opera; Marcello and Zurga with Nashville Opera; Schaunard in La bohème with Opera Philadelphia; Sharpless in Madama Butterfly at Lyrique-en-Mer/Festival de Belle-Île; Joseph Pitt in Peter Eötvös’ Angels in America with Fort Worth Opera; Astolfo in the world premiere of Lewis Spratlan’s Life is a Dream and Hermann in Les contes d’Hofmann with Santa Fe Opera; Count Almaviva and Falke in Die Fledermaus with the Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh; and the title role of Eugene Onegin, Guglielmo, and the Forester in The Cunning Little Vixen with Aspen Opera Theater. He has also joined symphony orchestras including the Los Angeles Philharmonic for Angelotti, Marullo in Rigoletto, and the Mandarin in Turandot, and the San Francisco Symphony for Fidelio with Michael Tilson Thomas conducting.

He received his Master of Music from the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music where his performances included title role in Carlisle Floyd’s Markheim. He was graduated cum laude from Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music. He was also a 2006 national semifinalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and is also a former member of the young artist programs of Santa Fe Opera and Cincinnati Opera.

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