La forza del destino
(He/Him/His) Praised by The Wall Street Journal for being “remarkably loud,” American tenor Lucas Levy is gaining recognition for bringing “operatic power” (Tampa Bay Times) to his portrayals, for his “suave and dark” voice (La Scena Musicale), and for being “a joy to watch” (Broadway World). Upcoming seasons include debuts with Maryland Lyric Opera, Opera Company of Middlebury, and Berkshire Festival Opera.
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Opera Company of Middlebury, 2021
Berkshire Festival Opera, 2021
Maryland Lyric Opera, 2020
Faymous at The Box NYC, 2020
The 2018-2019 season saw Mr. Levy return to St. Petersburg Opera as Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi, and to Opera Maine for their 25th anniversary season as Monostatos in Die Zauberflöte, where Opera News noted his “vocally forward and strong” performance. He was also seen in performances of Haydn’s Creation, Schubert’s Mass in G major, and Mozart’s Requiem.
Recent performance highlights include Falstaff with Opera Omaha, La traviata, and Les contes d’Hoffmann with St. Petersburg Opera, and Otello with LoftOpera.
An alumnus of the young artist programs of Sarasota Opera, Opera Maine and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, he received his Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin Conservatory, and his Master of Music degree from Westminster Choir College.
Mr. Levy hails from Lexington, Massachusetts, and currently resides in New York City.
— Wall Street Journal