American Operatic Tenor Orson Van Gay II!
August 12th: Featuring Orson Van Gay II
“With a liquid silver tone in his lyric tenor voice and confident clarity of text... There is a compelling urgency in his tone that wins the listener’s heart.”
Tenor, Orson Van Gay II, possesses a unique voice that captivates the audience with his charisma and command of the stage for a singer of his generation. He recently debuted as tenor soloist with Pacific Symphony at the Segerstrom Concert Hall. He premiered the role of Bernard Curson (Cherubino) in LA Opera's Figaro 90210 , Ben in Todd Goodman's Opera, Night of the Living Dead, Orlando in the nationally acclaimed production of Hopscotch , and a myriad of concerts with LA Opera since his debut with the company. In February 2018, he debuted with Center Stage Opera as Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore and with SINO U.S. Performing Arts Organization. This July, Orson made his title role debut in Bernstein's Candide, and will make his debut as Alfredo in Pacific Opera Projects production of La Traviata in October. He has been featured in major television commercials and series.
Catch Orson Van Gay II this summer on August 12th in Beethoven Celebrates Bernstein’s 100th Birthday.