Timothy Mix

Baritone

Finnish-American baritone Timothy Mix begins the 2019-20 season with his return to San Francisco Opera in the role of Count Capulet Romeo et Juliette, then travels to Annapolis Opera to sing the role of Scarpia Tosca. He returns to Urban Arias for performances of Glory Denied in the role Older Thompson in Washington DC where last season he performed the world premiere of Peter Hilliard and Matt Boresi’s The Last American Hammer. Following his success in this role, the artist travels to Pittsburgh Opera for further performances as Milcom Negley. At Opera San Antonio he sings the role of Monterone Rigoletto.

“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

“Timothy Mix, a baritone known from appearances with Washington National Opera, brought boundless energy and vocal strength to the role of the conspiracy theorist. He ranted, raged, roared, and raved, spittle flying, somehow managing to make his unhinged character sympathetic.”

Washington Classical Review, Charles T. Downey, 24 September 2018

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
MUSSORGSHY Songs and Dances of Death
SIBELIUS Kullervo

The Tempest (Calibran)

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