Lucas Meachem

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General Information

  • Last name :Meachem
  • First name :Lucas
  • Nationality :United states
  • Tessitura :Baritone
  • Official website URL :http://lucasmeachem.com/
  • Contact :Opus 3 Artists - Jeffrey Vanderveen
    470 Park Avenue South - 9th Floor North
    New York, NY 10016
    p: 212.584.7569 | e: [email protected]

Agenda Professionnel

Dates
Roles
Places

the 16 of December, 2020

the 19 of December, 2020

the 22 of December, 2020

the 25 of December, 2020

the 28 of December, 2020

the 31 of December, 2020

Escamillo

Carmen

the 21 of January, 2021

the 24 of January, 2021

the 29 of January, 2021

Marcello

La Bohème

the 13 of June, 2020

the 16 of June, 2020

the 19 of June, 2020

the 22 of June, 2020

the 25 of June, 2020

the 28 of June, 2020

the 02 of July, 2020

the 05 of July, 2020

the 08 of July, 2020

the 11 of July, 2020

Marcello

La Bohème

the 10 of December, 2019

the 12 of December, 2019

the 15 of December, 2019

the 18 of December, 2019

the 20 of December, 2019

Escamillo

Carmen

the 22 of December, 2019

Escamillo

Carmen

the 14 of February, 2019

Robert

Iolanta

the 02 of October, 2017

the 06 of October, 2017

the 09 of October, 2017

the 14 of October, 2017

the 27 of October, 2017

the 01 of November, 2017

the 04 of November, 2017

the 16 of February, 2018

the 21 of February, 2018

the 24 of February, 2018

the 02 of March, 2018

the 07 of March, 2018

the 10 of March, 2018

Marcello

La Bohème

the 25 of November, 2015

the 29 of November, 2015

the 01 of December, 2015

the 05 of December, 2015

the 09 of December, 2015

San Francisco

San Francisco Opera

the 21 of June, 2015

Robert

Iolanta

Monte-Carlo

Opéra de Monte-Ca...

the 23 of May, 2015

the 27 of May, 2015

the 30 of May, 2015

the 02 of June, 2015

the 05 of June, 2015

the 08 of June, 2015

the 10 of June, 2015

Marcello

La Bohème

the 14 of April, 2015

the 18 of April, 2015

Silvio

Pagliacci

the 21 of April, 2015

the 25 of April, 2015

the 29 of April, 2015

the 02 of May, 2015

the 08 of May, 2015

Silvio

Pagliacci

the 07 of February, 2015

the 15 of February, 2015

the 18 of February, 2015

the 21 of February, 2015

the 26 of February, 2015

the 01 of March, 2015

Los Angeles CA

Los Angeles Opera

the 19 of September, 2014

the 22 of September, 2014

the 25 of September, 2014

the 29 of September, 2014

the 02 of October, 2014

the 05 of October, 2014

the 21 of January, 2013

the 24 of January, 2013

the 27 of January, 2013

the 02 of February, 2013

the 07 of February, 2013

the 09 of March, 2013

the 12 of March, 2013

the 15 of March, 2013

the 18 of March, 2013

the 22 of March, 2013

the 28 of March, 2013

Marcello

La Bohème

Biography

In the 2007-2008 season, Lucas Meachem joins the rosters of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and the Metropolitan Opera. For his debut at the Met, he sung the role of General Rayevsky in Prokofiev’s War and Peace. Additionally, for the Florida Grand Opera, he performed the role of Zurga in Les Pêcheurs de Perles, as well as Valentin in Faust for New Orleans Opera. In concert, he appeared with the Florence Maggio Musicale in the Fauré Requiem under Seiji Ozawa, with the American Symphony Orchestra, in the U.S. premiere of Ferdinand Hiller’s oratorio The Destruction of Jerusalem at Avery Fisher Hall, made his New York Philharmonic debut in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion under Kurt Masur, and will have sung with the St. Louis Symphony in Carmina Burana, and the Fauré Requiem with Pittsburgh Symphony.

Engagements for upcoming seasons include returns to San Francisco Opera as Fritz/Frank in Die tote Stadt, Aeneas in Dido and Aeneas at Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Metropolitan Opera, Colorado Opera and debuts with the Bayerische Staatsoper and Paris Opera.

In the 2006-2007 season, Mr. Meachem debuted at the Lyric Opera of Chicago as Oreste in the new Robert Carson production Gluck’s Iphigénie en Tauride opposite Susan Graham. The production also included Paul Groves, and was conducted by Louis Langrée. In the winter, he also sang the role of Wolfram in Tannhäuser with Seiji Ozawa’s Saito Kinen Festival in Tokyo, and made his debut at Madrid’s Teatro Real in the world premier of El Viaje a Simorgh by José María Sánchez-Verdú. Additionally, he sang Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia in Portland, Maine, and Carmina Burana with the Seattle Symphony.

Mr. Meachem is a 2005 Adler Fellow with the San Francisco Opera and has appeared with that company in the title role of Eugene Onegin and Papageno in Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Additional recent engagements included Papageno and Schaunard in La Boheme with Palm Beach Opera, as well as the role of Silvandre in the world premiere of Pastorale by Gerard Pesson at the Staatstheater Stuttgart.

Mr. Meachem has been a winner in many competitions across the United States including the 2001 Mario Lanza Competition, the 2002 Jessie Kneisel Competition, the 2001 and 2002 West Palm Beach Opera Competitions, the 2001 Opera Index Competition, the 2002 George London Competition and the 2002 Bel Canto Competition. He has also been a winner in the Metropolitan National Council Competition in Charlotte, NC and in New Haven, CT in 2001 and 2002 and won an Encouragement award at the 2002 Regional Metropolitan National Council Competition in Atlanta, GA.

Characters

Marcello

Figaro

Silvio

Figaro

Robert

Escamillo

Interpreted in

La Bohème

The Barber of Seville

Pagliacci

The Ghosts of Versailles

Iolanta

Carmen

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