Timothy Mix

Baritone

Finnish American baritone Timothy Mix’s recent successes include his debut as Alberich at Opera Santa Barbara in the Jonathan Dove adaptation of Wagner’s Das Rheingold.  Future engagements include his return to the role of Joseph de Rocher Dead Man Walking at Opera Idaho, and a role debut as Dr Bartolo Il Barbiere di Siviglia at Opera Delaware.

 

The artist has often appeared at Santa Fe Opera, where he made his debut in 2016 as Count Capulet Romeo et Juliette under the direction of Stephen Lawless; he returned the following season to jump into the role of Tsar Dodon in Paul Cullen’s Le Coq d’Or, and most recently sang the role of Jack Hubbard in a new production of Dr Atomic. San Francisco Opera appearances include Le Bret Cyrano de Bergerac in 2010, Elder Ott/Blitch (c) Susannah in 2014, de Brétigny Manon in 2017 and most recently, Count Capulet.  International engagements include Escamillo Carmen at Finnish National Opera, and in Norway he appeared at Bergen National Opera as Albert Werther.

“Tim Mix is sensational as Joseph De Rocher, the invention of librettist Terrence McNally. He is a composite of two death row convicts befriended by Sister Helen. Mix is tall and muscular, the image of a menacing villain. His baritone voice is powerful as he sings his big aria while doing pushups.”

The Cultural Critic, Steve Cohen, May 2019

“Baritone Timothy Mix created and to date quite literally owns the role of Milcolm Negley…The music requires a flexible range, some of it ringing on the high side, some of it dark and brooding in color. He was capable of singing both effectively, and in appearance can flip his posture and facial expression from menacing to hopeless helplessness on a dime.”

George B. Parous, Pittsburgh In The Round, 24 February 2020 

ADAMS Dr Atomic (Jack Hubbard)
ALFANO Cyrano de Bergerac (Le Bret)
BIZET Carmen (Escamillio, Dancairo, Morales, Zuniga)
BRITTEN Billy Budd (Mr. Flint)

Gloriana (Henry Cuff)

DANIELPOUR Margaret Garner (Edward Gaines)
DONIZETTI Lucia di Lammermoor (Lord Enrico Ashton)

L’elisir d’amore (Belcore)

Roberto Devereux (Nottingham)

FACCIO Amleto (Claudius)
FLOYD Susannah (Elder Ott/Blitch)

Cold Sassy (Clayton McAllister)

GOUNOD Roméo et Juliette (Count Capulet)

Faust (Valentin)

HEGGIE Dead Man Walking (Joseph De Rocher)
HILLIARD The Last American Hammer
JANACEK The Makropulos Affair (Prus)
LEONCAVALLO Pagliacci (Tonio)
MASCAGNI Cavalleria Rusticana (Alfio)
MASSENET Manon (Monsieur de Brétigny)

Werther (Albert)

MOZART Don Giovanni (title, Masetto)

Le Nozze di Figaro (Almaviva)

PUCCINI La Boheme (Marcello)

Madama Butterfly (Sharpless)

Turandot (Ping)

La Fanciulla del West (Jack Rance)

Gianni Schicchi (title)

Il Tabaro (Michele)

Tosca (Scarpia)

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Le Coq d’Or (Tsar Dodon)
SMETANA The Bartered Bride (Krusina)
STRAVINSKY Rake’s Progress (Nick Shadow)
TCHAIKOVSKY Eugene Onegin (title)
VERDI Aida (Amonasro)

Falstaff (Ford)

La Traviata (Pere Germont, Baron Douphol)

Rigoletto (title, Monterone)

Un Ballo in Maschera (Renato)

Stiffelio (Stanker)

Il Trovatore (Count di Luna)

WEILL Street Scene (Harry Easter)
BEETHOVEN Symphony No.9
BRAHMS Requiem
DVORAK Te Deum
FAURE Requiem
HANDEL Messiah
HAYDN Creation
MENDELSSOHN Elijah
MUSSORGSKY Songs and Dances of Death
ORFF

SIBELIUS

Carmina Burana

Kullervo

The Tempest (Calibran)

VERDI Requiem
WEILL The Road of Promise (Salomon and Jeremiah)

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