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Bryan Hymel, tenor


Bryan Hymel on doing the verismo double

Bryan Hymel © Dario Acosta
Hymel’s career-defining moment came in 2012 when he replaced Jonas Kaufmann a new production of Les Troyens. His career hasn't looked back since. 
Bryan Hymel as Don Carlos © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Bryan Hymel as Don Carlos
© ROH | Catherine Ashmore
November 2018
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MunichLes Vêpres siciliennes

Les Vêpres siciliennes
Verdi: Les Vêpres siciliennes
Paolo Carignani; Antú Romero Nunes; Bavarian State Opera; Matthias Koch; Victoria Behr; Dimitri Platanias; Federico Longhi

ViennaLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Speranza Scappucci; Franco Zeffirelli; Vienna State Opera; Marcel Escoffier; Bryan Hymel; Olga Bezsmertna

ViennaBerlioz: Grande Messe des morts

Berlioz: Requiem "Grande Messe des morts", Op.5
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Philippe Jordan; Bryan Hymel; Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien; Johannes Prinz

ParisLes TroyensNew production

Berlioz: Les Troyens (The Trojans)
Philippe Jordan; Dmitri Tcherniakov; Opéra de Paris; Elena Zaytseva; Stéphanie d'Oustrac; Michèle Losier
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Elena Zilio leads the verismo thrills

Elena Zilio (Mamma Lucia) and Byran Hymel (Turiddu) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
After its Christmas break, Cavalleria rusticana and Pagliacci return to the Royal Opera in Daminano Michieletto's arresting production. 
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Evil under the sun: Hymel triumphs in Cav and Pag

Simon Keenlyside (Tonio), Bryan Hymel (Canio), Carmen Giannattasio (Nedda) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Even stronger than first time round, Michieletto's impressive staging is complemented by an outstanding double role debut from Hymel and a heartbreaking Santuzza from Elīna Garanča.
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Herheim’s lavish Vêpres siciliennes returns

Michael Volle (Montfort) and Bryan Hymel (Henri) © ROH | Bill Cooper
A mural depicting Etna erupting is the only hint of Sicily in Stefan Herheim’s opulent staging, returning to Covent Garden for the first time since the Royal Opera’s Verdi bicentenary celebrations in 2013. 
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Rattle leads the LSO on a thrilling ride into the abyss

Bryan Hymel and Sir Simon Rattle © Doug Peters | PA Wire
The LSO’s pedigree in Berlioz is second to none so La Damnation de Faust acted as the perfect showcase in its “This is Rattle” festival. 
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