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Nathan Gunn (center) as Papageno in Mozart's "The Magic Flute".
Nathan Gunn (center) as Papageno in Mozart's "The Magic Flute".

Nathan T. Gunn (born November 26, 1970, in South Bend, Indiana)[1] is an American operatic baritone who performs regularly around the world.[2] He is an alumnus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he is currently a professor of voice.

He has appeared in many of the world's well-known opera houses, including the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, the San Francisco Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, Seattle Opera, the Dallas Opera, the Opera Company of Philadelphia, the Pittsburgh Opera, The Santa Fe Opera, The Royal Opera in London, the Paris Opéra, the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, Theater an der Wien in Vienna, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Teatro Real in Madrid, and the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels. He has also appeared at the Glyndebourne Festival near London, the Ravinia Festival near Chicago, and the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York City. In 2011, Gunn was featured as a guest star in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's annual Christmas concert before an audience of 80,000 in Salt Lake City. The concert was broadcast on PBS and was released as an album in 2012 entitled Once Upon a Christmas.

In August 2015, Gunn starred in the world premiere of a new opera presented by The Santa Fe Opera. It was Jennifer Higdon's Cold Mountain, based on the award-winning 1997 novel of the same name by Charles Frazier. Gunn's previous Santa Fe performances include a 1998 production of BerliozBéatrice et Bénédict as well as a 1999 production of Richard StraussAriadne auf Naxos.[3]

While he is noted for his vocal prowess and acting, Gunn has received almost as much fame for his physique, a peculiar feat for an opera singer. He has been dubbed a "barihunk"[4] although as a play on baritone and hunk, he has said he prefers the term "hunkitone."[5] In 2008, he was featured in People magazine's list of "The Sexiest Men Alive."[6]

Gunn was appointed a tenured professor of voice in 2007 at the University of Illinois School of Music, and in 2013 he was named general director of the Lyric Theater @ Illinois.[7] In 2012 the Opera Company of Philadelphia appointed him director of its American Repertoire Council promoting new American works.[8] His wife, Julie Jordan Gunn, who holds a doctorate (A. Mus. D.) in vocal coaching and accompanying from University of Illinois, was also appointed associate professor in collaborative piano at the University.

Roles

Notes

  1. ^ U.S. Public Records Index Vol 1 (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.), 2010.
  2. ^ Metropolitan Opera International Radio Broadcast Information Center. Nathan Gunn, Baritone
  3. ^ Santa Fe Opera news release, 10 August 2011 on santafeopera.org
  4. ^ Lacher, Irene (November 29, 2009). "Opera barihunks hit a muscular note". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 4, 2014.
  5. ^ "Nathan Gunn's Top Five Bare-Chested Roles" 2012 radio interview on WQXR-FM
  6. ^ "Sexy A-Z". People.com. Retrieved 12 December 2020.
  7. ^ "University of Illinois press release". News.illinois.edu. Retrieved 12 December 2020.
  8. ^ "Opera Philadelphia press release". Operaphila.org. Retrieved 12 December 2020.
  9. ^ Adamo, Mark (2017). "The Gospel of Mary Magdalene". markadamo.com. Retrieved 2021-09-25.
  10. ^ "2015 SANTA FE OPERA SEASON ANNOUNCED", on santafeopera.org
  11. ^ "Dallas Opera and San Diego Opera Announce Exciting Co-Production!", Dallas Opera press release, June 20, 2014, on dallasopera.org

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