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Will Liverman

Operatic Baritone
2017 3Arts Awards
Music

Called “one of the most versatile singing artists performing today” (Bachtrack), baritone Will Liverman is a recipient of a 2019 Richard Tucker Career Grant and Sphinx Medal of Excellence.  

Recent engagements include his return to the Metropolitan Opera as Papageno in its holiday production of The Magic Flute, in addition to Philip Glass’ Akhnaten  (Horemhab). He also appeared as Pantalone in The Love of Three Oranges at Opera Philadelphia, as Marcello in La bohème at Seattle Opera, and as Silvio in Pagliacci  at Opera Colorado and Portland Opera.  

Performance highlights include his Metropolitan Opera debut in Nico Muhly’s Marnie; Il  barbiere di Siviglia (Figaro) with Seattle Opera, Virginia Opera, and Madison Opera; Charlie  Parker’s Yardbird (Dizzy Gillespie) with Opera Philadelphia and English National Opera; The Little Prince (The Pilot) with Tulsa Opera; La bohème (Schaunard) with Opera Philadelphia, Santa Fe Opera, and Dallas Opera; and soloist engagements with the Seattle Symphony, Las Vegas Philharmonic, and Civic Orchestra of Chicago.

http://www.willliverman.com 

Featured Artworks

  •  Will Liverman artwork "Akhnaten" by Philip Glass at The Metropolitan Opera, 2019
  •  Will Liverman artwork "The Magic Flute" at Central City Opera, 2018 photo by Amanda Tipton
  •  A man dressed in army uniform sings onstage with another officer nearby "The Manchurian Candidate" at Minnesota Opera, 2015 photo by Michal Daniel
  •  Will Liverman artwork
  •  Will Liverman artwork
  •  Will Liverman artwork

Will Liverman has crowd-funded a project with 3AP

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    As a professional opera singer, I’ve always felt that this classic art form can do better to engage youth of color. With this campaign, I’m hoping to help do that by adapting Rossini’s The Barber of Seville to a modern-day …

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