WILL LIVERMAN

MYRA HUANG, piano

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2022

7:30 PM at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater

Called “a voice for this historic moment” by The Washington Post, baritone Will Liverman continues to bring his compelling performances to audiences nationwide. During the Metropolitan Opera’s 2021-2022 season, he will star in the reopening production of Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up In My Bones, in addition to reprising the roles Horemhab in Akhnaten and Papageno in The Magic Flute. Following a summer at Opera Theatre of St. Louis and Aspen Music Festival, Mr. Liverman’s season will also include the reprise of Fire Shut Up in My Bones with Lyric Opera of Chicago, Spanish Inspirations with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Park Avenue Armory’s Recital Series, Florence Price’s Song to the Dark Virgin with Chicago Sinfonietta, and Jonathan Dove’s Flight with The Dallas Opera.

Program to include pieces by Howard Swanson, Richard Strauss, Maurice Ravel, and a newly commissioned cycle by Michael Ippolito.

“The star of the evening was the young baritone Will Liverman. His voice has power and beauty throughout its impressive compass, including a ringing upper register to rival a tenor’s. Coupled with comic sensitivity and delightful physicality, Liverman must certainly be a singer to watch, and it is our fortune to hear him here.”

Jacob Stockinger, The Well-Tempered Ear

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