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COVID-19 update

Regrettably, in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, many theaters in the US have canceled all performances through at least the end of March. Some of these include the last two dates of Don Giovanni at the Washington National Opera, on March 19 and 22, and Salome at the Houston Grand Opera...

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Don Giovanni in Washington

Charming but predatory and manipulative, Don Giovanni is a lover so notorious that his reputation precedes him. He’s eager to add to the rambling list of women he has already enticed. But when Don Giovanni forces himself on Donna Anna, his devious antics dig him deeper and deeper into trouble. As...

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Mahler in San Francisco

To start the year, Ryan McKinny travels to San Francisco, to perform on January 9, 10, 11 and 12 alongside mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke, the San Francisco Symphony and Michael Tilson Thomas. In this concert, love’s anguish finds its voice in Mahler’s settings of the classic folk poems Des Knaben...

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Don Giovanni at the Lyric

Following his greatly acclaimed house debut at Chicago’s Lyric Opera in Heggie’s Dead Man Walking, Ryan McKinny goes on to star as the title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni on December 3, 5 and 8. He last sang the role of the seducer in Houston for which Opera News praised his...

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Dead Man Walking in Chicago

After making an appearance at the Chicago Humanities Festival on October 31 at the First United Methodist Church, where Sister Helen Prejean will be interviewed by Mary A. Mitchell, Ryan McKinny portrays Joseph De Rocher in Jake Heggie & Terrence McNally’s opera Dead Man Walking at the...

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Opening Night Concerts

On September 4, Ryan McKinny performs at San Francisco Symphony’s Opening Night, a spectacular celebration of Michael Tilson Thomas’ 25th and final season as Music Director. Joining him on stage are Susanna Phillips, Jennifer Johnson Cano and Jonathan Tetelman. Don’t miss the...

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