UP NEXT: OCTOBER 2023
“Her pursuer, Camille, was worth pining for in the person of tenor Jack Swanson. With a gorgeous, clear voice and good looks,
he's the perfect male lead.”
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
tillwater, Minnesota native and 2018 Richard Tucker Career Grant Winner Jack Swanson is quickly becoming one of the most sought after young tenors in the opera world. His distinctive high lyric voice is known for singing the acrobatic arias of Rossini and the legato melodies of Donizetti.
Equally comfortable on the concert and recital platforms, this season Jack performs recitals with the Sag Harbor Song Festival and Salle Bourgie in Montreal, Canada with pianist, John Arida. He will also perform Carmina Burana with Symphoria Orchestra in New York.
In 2023/24, Jack Swanson will make his debut at Lyric Opera of Chicago as Don Ramiro (La Cenerentola) and then returns to Den Norske Oper in the same role for Stefan Herheim’s production under Vincenzo Milletarì. He also makes his debut with Houston Grand Opera, returning to the role of Fenton (Falstaff) under Patrick Summers. He will finish his season at the Rossini Opera Festival, reprising his signature Almaviva under Lorenzo Passerini.
MR. SWANSON NAMED A
2018 CAREER GRANT WINNER
Richard Tucker Career Grant winners are selected each year for unrestricted grants of $10,000 each. A Career Grant candidate should have a fair amount of performing experience in professional companies and is generally 36 years of age or under. Mr. Swanson was previously the recipient of a 2017 Sara Tucker Study and is one of the few young singers to receive the foundation’s Study and Career Grants in consecutive years.