Lucia Lucas as Don Giovanni
After performing in cities all over Europe, including Dublin, London, Brussels, and Berlin, baritone Lucia Lucas will bring her talents to Tulsa as the notorious womanizer Don Giovanni. Below, you can hear her singing Ford’s Monologue from Verdi’s Falstaff.
Anthony Clark Evans as Leporello
Praised as one of the most promising Verdi baritones of his generation, Anthony Clark Evans will be coming to Tulsa to sing the role of Leporello, Don Giovanni’s put-upon servant. Get a preview of his singing below, as he performs Bolcom’s “George” from Cabaret Songs at the Cardiff Singer of the World Song Prize Round 4 in 2017.
Pamela Armstrong as Donna Elvira
Soprano Pamela Armstrong was awarded New York City Opera’s Beverly Sills Prize and has performed leading roles at preeminent opera companies around the globe, and she’ll be gracing us with her voice as Donna Elvira, one of the many women who has been wronged by Don Giovanni. Listen to her perform “Klänge der Heimat” from Die Fledermaus at the Glyndebourne Opera House.
Hidenori Inoue as Commendatore
Tulsa Opera attendees will recognize Hidenori Inoue from his performances as Mephistopheles in Faust and Timur in Turandot during our 2017-18 season. He brings his talents to Tulsa once again to sing the role of the Commendatore in Don Giovanni. Below, he performs “Song of the Golden Calf” from Faust with the Central Texas Philharmonic.
Don’t miss your chance to see all these stars live and in person during Tulsa Opera’s production of Don Giovanni, May 3 and May 5 at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.