Evan Boyer

BASS

"BLACK IS THE COLOR OF MY TRUE LOVE..."
John Jacob Niles
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"AVE, SIGNOR"
Mefistofele (Boito)
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"O TU, PALERMO, TERRA ADORATA"
I vespri siciliani (Verdi)
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Evan Boyer

(he/him) Praised for his "voluminous bass, deep and eloquent" (South Florida Classical Review), and as "an uncommonly vivid singing actor" (Opera News), American bass Evan Boyer has performed with some of the most prominent operatic and orchestral organizations, conductors, and directors, nationally and internationally.

L2 Artists
Managed Singer, 2016-present
Wolf Trap Opera
Filene Artist, 2015
Canadian Opera Company
Salome, Dialogues des Carmélites, Un ballo in maschera, 2013-2014
Lyric Opera of Chicago
Ryan Opera Center, 2010-2013
Chicago Opera Theater
Cavalli's Giasone, Charpentier's Médée, 2010 & 2011
Merola Opera Program
Merola Young Artist, 2009
Curtis Institute of Music
Master of Music in Opera Performance, 2007-2010
Northwestern University
Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance, 2003-2007
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"O ISIS UND OSIRIS"
Mozart, Die Zauberflöte
Evan Boyer
is represented by
Jeffrey Larson
L2 Artists

Biography

Praised for his "voluminous bass, deep and eloquent" (South Florida Classical Review), and as "an uncommonly vivid singing actor" (Opera News), American bass Evan Boyer has performed with some of the most prominent operatic and orchestral organizations, conductors, and directors, both nationally and internationally. Since graduating from the Lyric Opera of Chicago's Ryan Opera Center in the spring of 2013, Mr. Boyer has performed with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Canadian Opera Company, LA Opera, Seattle Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Palm Beach Opera, and many others. He has collaborated with such artistic luminaries as Seiji Ozawa, James Conlon, Robert Spano, Franz Welser-Möst, Jaap van Zweden, Johannes Debus, and Sir Andrew Davis.
"The Requiem was august. Its majesty, though, came to fruition in Evan Boyer’s opening Tuba mirum. Boyer has an astonishing breadth as a bass singer, tapping into a sound that verges on profundity."
— Bachtrack Houston
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