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Chad Shelton

Chad Shelton

CHAD SHELTON

UNITED STATES

TENOR

About the artist:

HGO Studio alumnus Chad Shelton (1997–2000) appears regularly at HGO, most recently as the Witch of Endor in Saul (2019); Patrick Kelly as well as a variety of other roles in The Phoenix (2019); Pollione in Norma and Aegisth in Elektra (both in 2018); Mao Tse-tung in Nixon in China (2017); Cavaradossi in performances of Tosca (2015–16); Charles II in the world premiere of Carlisle Floyd’s Prince of Players (2016); Froh in Das Rheingold and Fredrik Egerman in A Little Night Music (2014); and Alfredo in La traviata (2012), among many others. This season he also sings Loud Stone in Auocoin’s Eurydice and the Third Player in Dean’s Hamlet at the Metropolitan Opera. Other recent performances include a return to the Grand Théâtre de Genève for his first performances of Sir Edgar Aubry in Der Vampyr; Don José in Carmen with Austin Opera; his Metropolitan Opera debut and returns as Roderigo in a new production of Otello; Erik in The Flying Dutchman with Boston Lyric Opera; the title role of Idomeneo with Opéra National de Lorraine, Théâtre de Caen, and the Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg; and Giasone in Medea, Don José in Carmen, and Guido Bard in Eine florentinische Trogödie also with Opéra national de Lorraine.

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