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The elegant artistry of Nathaniel Webster has earned the baritone a distinguished international reputation on operatic, concert and recital stages. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music and Royal Scottish Academy of Music in Glasgow, he has worked with the Paris, New York City and Frankfurt Operas, Théâtre de La Monnaie in Brussels, Nationale Reisopera in Amsterdam, the Dallas, Atlanta, Bavarian Radio and National Symphony Orchestras, and the Brooklyn Philharmonic, with recitals in Weill and Zankel Halls at Carnegie Hall, and chamber music at the 92nd Street Y and Kosciuszko Foundation in New York. Highlights of his past seasons have included Bach's B Minor Mass and Handel's Messiah with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Roberto Sierra's Missa Latina, conducted by Andreas Delfs, at the Casals Festival. He toured as Pelléas in multiple performances of Nationale Reisopera's production of Pelléas et Mélisande, earning acclaim for vocal beauty and sensitive dramatic portrayal.


Role: Classical Artist 
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