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Dorian McCall


Dorian McCall has been mentioned by the New York Times for “his rich lows” and by Musical America as “[benefitting] from his freely produced bass-baritone and his winning stage presence.” Noted for his vibrant and robust timbre, the dexterity of McCall’s instrument also lends itself well to Baroque and Bel Canto.

Hot on the heels of a charged reception at Teatro Nuovo as Fabrizio in Ricci’s Crispino e la comare, upcoming engagements include a return to Haymarket Opera’s production of La liberazione di Ruggiero dall'isola d'Alcina and Ceder Rapids Opera’s Lift Every Voice as Resident Teaching Artist. This season also brings a premier with Chicago Chamber Choir as soloist for Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem, chamber work with Chicago’s Unity Temple (Lieberson’s The Coming of Light), and Baltimore debuts with Handel Choir of Baltimore (Messiah) and Bel Cantanti Opera (La sonnambula).

Dorian McCall
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