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A professional tenor for 14 years, Broadus Hamilton has captivated audiences from Indonesia to Israel to Mississippi. Broadus was most recently seen in the demanding role of The Male Chorus in Benjamin Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia with The Boston Conservatory Opera. In November 2013 he assumed the role of The School Master in The Cunning Little Vixen by Leoš Janácek in the original Czech with The Boston Conservatory Opera. In March 2013 he made his Boston debut
 
A Garland of Flowers with Nick Place, piano, was performed in Boston and Maine in June 2014. Broadus performed a program of songs by Zemlinsky, Poulenc, and Rangström at The Boston Conservatory in April 2013 with Deena Grier accompanying. This program also included On Wenlock Edge by Vaughan Williams, and featured The Semiosis Quartet. In October 2013, Broadus was invited to give a noon time recital at historic King’s Chapel in Boston. Broadus and Heinrich Christensen performed a program of sacred songs and arias. The Year‘s at the Spring!:

with the Boston Opera Collaborative as Father Grenville in Jake Heggie's Dead Man Walking.This production marked the New England premiere and was critically acclaimed. For the 2011-2012 Opera Carolina season, he covered Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly, and Lenski in the North Carolina premiere of Eugene Onegin. He has performed roles with Tacoma Opera, Opera Carolina, Natchez Opera, Sarasota Opera, Anchorage Opera, Mercury Opera Rochester, Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts and Bronx Opera in a repertoire spanning Mozart to Floyd.

An avid recitalist, he has performed nearly 400 songs in 13 languages. Among his art song projects are An Evening with the Schumann’s, An Evening of Scandinavian Romanser, Schumann?s Dichterliebe, Britten’s The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, On the Fifth and Sixth Day: Animal Songs, Songs by the Mighty Handful, Women Composers in Song, A Celebration of American Song, and Songs to the Poetry of Shakespeare, Goethe, and Pushkin. His recent recital work boasts four different programs .


A Celebration of Boston Art Songs
was presented at Trinity Church Boston with Yubin Lee, piano in May 2013. This lecture recital was submitted to the 2014 NATS Convention in Boston. 

Equally at home in symphonic and concert repertoire, Broadus has performed leading solos in The St. John Passion of Bach and Handel, The Messiah, The Creation, the Requiem’s of Mozart, Rutter, and Verdi, and Mass’ by Gounod and Schubert. Broadus holds a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from The Boston Conservatory and a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is also a member of Pi Kappa Lambda Music Honor Society.

         


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