Alexander York


L'elisir d'amore
La bohème
Die Zauberflöte

Alexander York

(He/His) Alexander York, from Wisconsin, is beginning his third season in the Académie of the Opéra national de Paris, where he was seen in Don Carlo as a Flemish Deputy and in L'Enfant et les Sortilèges as the Horloge comtoise and Le chat. Highlights of his work in the Académie include singing Dr. Falke in Die Fledermaus and Demetrius from Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream in Shakespeare.

Académie, 2018-21
Bayerische Staatsoper
Bedienter - Der zerbrochene Krug, 2018
Hochschule für Musik und Theater München
Master of Music Lied Performance, 2016-2018
Staatstheater Augsburg
Young Artist in Ensemble, 2016-2018
Aspen Music Festival and School
Snooks - A Wedding, 2016, 2013
Central City Opera
Apprentice Artist, 2015
Northwestern University
Master of Music, 2014-16
Lawrence University
Bachelor of Music, 2010-2014

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Johannes Brahms
Alexander York
is represented by
Winfried Hofinger
Agentur Winfried Hofinger


La Bohème

Verbier Festival, 2021

The Rape of Lucret...

, 2021

Concert at Palais ...

, Oct-20

L'enfant et les so...

, 2020

Don Carlo
Flemish deputy

, 2019

Die Fledermaus
Dr. Falke

, 2019


Baritone Alexander York, from Wisconsin, begins his third season in the Académie of the Opéra national de Paris, where he has been seen in Don Carlo as a Flemish Deputy, in L'Enfant et les Sortilèges as the Horloge comtoise and Le chat, and as Dr. Falke in Die Fledermaus 

York recently made his Bayerische Staatsoper debut in Viktor Ullmann's Der zerbrochene Krug. In 2017, he sang the role of James Ramsey in the world premiere of Zesses Seglias' To the Lighthouse at the Bregenz Festival.

Upon moving to Europe, York was a fixture of the opera stage at Theater Augsburg -- firstly, as Belcore in L’elisir d’amore in 2016; secondly, performing six roles as a member of the 2016-17 soloist ensemble

In addition to his operatic pursuits, York was a 2016 winner of the Fulbright, which he used to study Art Song repertoire at the Munich University of Music.

As a concert artist, York has sung a solo recital at the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam, performed with the Munich Radio Orchestra, and joined the Heidelberg Philharmonic in Bach's Weihnachtsoratorium. Recently, he appeared with the Jewish Chamber Orchestra Munich in a concert of Mahler songs and performed a Liederabend in the Hamburg Art Museum.

At the Aspen Opera Center in 2016, he performed as Snooks in William Bolcom’s A Wedding. At Central City Opera in 2015, York jumped in to sing Cervantes/Don Quixote in Mitch Leigh’s Man of La Mancha and received the John Moriarty Award for service to the company.

During his graduate studies at Northwestern University, York performed the Count Almaviva and Joseph DeRocher.
"Toute la scène de la mort de Don Giovanni met pleinement en valeur le baryton, Alexander York. Physique de séducteur, sourire carnassier, il maîtrise sans conteste la partie vocale du personnage." [The scene of Don Giovanni's death highlighted the baritone, Alexander York. With the physicality of a seducer and a carnivorous smile, he mastered without question the vocal part of the character.]


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