Isaac Frishman

TENOR

" AH MES AMIS...POUR MON ÂME"
La fille du regiment - Donizetti
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Isaac Frishman

Tenor Isaac Frishman was recently praised for his “quick-witted stage antics” and a voice described as “truly sweet and graceful.” Recently, Mr. Frishman made three company debuts: Tonio in La fille du régiment (Winter Opera Saint Louis), Ernesto in Don Pasquale in (Pacific Northwest Opera), Tamino in Die Zauberflöte (Utah Festival Opera).

Teatro Nuovo
Apprentice Artist, 2019
Spoleto Festival USA
Mainstage Festival Artist, 2018
Merola Opera Program
Young Artist, 2016
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"LATER"
A Little Night Music - Sondheim
"LONELY HOUSE"
Street Scene - Weill
Isaac Frishman
is represented by
Justin Werner
Stratagem Artists

Schedule

Little Women
Laurie

Opera Santa Barbara, 2021


La fille du regime...
Tonio

Opera Santa Barbara, 2021

The Magic Flute
Tamino

Utah Festival , 2020


Sweeney Todd
Beadle Bamford

Utah Festival , 2020

Don Pasquale
Ernesto

Pacific Northwest Opera, 2020


La fille du regime...
Tonio

Winter Opera St. Louis, 2020

Il barbiere di Siv...
Count Almaviva

Painted Sky Opera, 2019


La straniera
Osburgo

Teatro Nuovo, 2019

Pia de Tolomei
Ghino

Spoleto Festival, 2018


Il barbiere di Siv...
Count Almaviva

Amarillo Opera, 2020

La fille du regime...
Tonio

Winter Opera St. Louis, 2020

Pia de Tolomei
Ghino

Spoleto Festival, 2018

Biography

Tenor Isaac Frishman, is already making a name for himself with quick-witted stage antics and a voice described as truly sweet and graceful

(Broadway World). His performance as Prince Ramiro in Winter Opera St Louis' production of La cenerentola was praised as a true Rossini tenor with fine coloratura and great high notes (St. Louis Post). In the 2018 summer season, Isaac made his Spoleto Festival debut as Ghino, in the U.S. premiere of Donizetti’s Pia de’Tolomei. 

Mr. Frishman has appeared with San Francisco Opera as an apprentice with Merola Opera, Opera Iowa, Chautauqua Opera and Des Moines Metro Opera. His many roles include Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola, Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore, Prince in Transformations, Ferrando in Così fan tutte, Tamino in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, and Henrik in A Little Night Music. Equally adept on the concert stage, Mr. Frishman sang as the tenor soloist in performances of Orff's Carmina Burana, Handel’s Messiah, Bach’s Cantata BWV 131, and the Monteverdi Vespers.

Mr. Frishman holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a master’s degree in vocal performance from Michigan State University. He is a student of the famed Metropolitan Opera tenor, Richard Fracker.
Tenor Isaac Frishman as Tonio not only delivered his high C’s competently in the famous “Ah! mes amis” near the end of Act 1, but he also sang with charm and subtlety, especially in his duets with Galati." - St. Louis Post 2020

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