He made his solo operatic debut as Young Prince Hrothgar in the world premiere of Elliott Goldenthal’s Grendel at the Los Angeles Opera. He reprised this role in New York at The New York State Theater for the East Coast Premiere. Sean attended L.A. County High School for the Arts where he sang several roles including Mr. Peachum in Britten’s The Beggar’s Opera and Carl Olsen in Weill’s Street Scene. At CSUN, Sean played Antonio in Mozart’s Le Nozze de Figaro, David in Barber’s A Hand of Bridge and The Mysterious Man in Sondheim’s Into the Woods.
You can read an interview with Sean Sullivan HERE.
Sullivan can next be heard in an abbreviated concert version of Mozart's "Don Giovanni" at the Golden Gate Club in San Francisco on May 26 & 27. For reservations, call (415) 447-6274. Sullivan will perform Masetto opposite the Don Giovanni of his voice coach and fellow barihunk Eugene Brancoveanu.
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I'm excited for him and a little envious as well. I hope he has a long and happy career. Do you think he might benefit from this interview? He sounds fairly grounded (avoiding Verdi now, thank goodness!) but one never knows. Everything has to be so "now" these days. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6Stoi8DAqU ..... Best wishes!ReplyDelete
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Gorgeous! And only 19! Pleeeease, sing Billy Budd as soon as vocally possible! <3 There's so few Billys who are perfect and Imbrailo can't clone himself to be everywhere.ReplyDelete
Man, I'd LOVE to be in Claggart's place when this bishounen sings Billy! And I'm not being a pervy old (26!) woman since here 18 is legal age. :D