May 18, 2017

Prince Ramiro

La Cenerentola

Washington Opera Society - French Embassy in the U.S.

 

Under the Gracious Patronage of H.E. the Ambassador of France to the United States Gérard Araud La Cenerentola by Gioachino Rossini Featuring: Magdalena Wór in the title role and Timothy Augustin as Prince Ramiro with Elizabeth Treat, Gustavo Ahualli, Anamer Castrello, & Kwangkyu Lee Leading an all-star cast Conducted by Maestro Julien Benichou Narrations by Dr. Scott Beard Cocktails 6:30 pm ~ Light Fare 7:00 pm ~ Performance 8:00 pm Tickets $100

 

April 29 and May 7, 2017

Idreno  Semiramide

Opera Delaware

Based on Voltaire's tragedy Semiramis, Rossini’s final Italian opera (1823) about a power-hungry Babylonian Queen who murdered her husband does NOT end happily ever after! This rarely-performed tour de force is a sumptuous masterpiece, perfectly suited to the intimacy and extraordinary acoustics of The Grand Opera House.

April 7 and April 9, 2017

Idreno  Semiramide

Baltimore Concert Opera

BCO’s celebration of the 225th anniversary of Rossini’s birth concludes with what Rossini scholar Richard Osborne called ‘Tancredi Revisited.’ Based on Voltaire’s tragedy Semiramis, Rossini’s Semiramide is a tour de force of bel canto-era opera seria, employing vocal virtuosity to communicate gripping drama. Secret identities, power struggles and murderous intentions come together for a fitting closer to BCO’s season of operatic tragedies.

December 2, 2016

Rinuccio  Gianni Schicci

Opera Camerata of Washington, D.C.

Gala Evening & Performance of Puccini's Gianni Schicchi Followed by solo & duet performances from other great operas Friday, December 2, 2016 Under the gracious patronage of the Ambassador of Japan, His Excellency Kenichiro Sasae at his residence

September 15, 2016

Soloist  Arias, Ambers and IPAs - Thirsty Thursdays at the Opera

Baltimore Concert Opera

Top-flight professional opera singers perform operatic highlights paired with energetic and informative commentary and fun facts about themselves. Each performance features beer, wine or spirit tastings interspersed throughout the evening specially planned to go with the music. The events take place in the beautiful, inviting atmosphere in the Grand Ballroom of the Engineers Club in the heart of Mount Vernon.

Wednesday, April 13 - Sunday, April 17, 2016

Soloist  Orff's Carmina Burana & Balanchine's Theme and Variations

The Washington Ballet

The 10th Anniversary of this TWB signature dance masterpiece is a powerful and exciting post-modern interpretation of Carl Orff's raucous retelling of 24 medieval poems praising springtime, love, lust and fortune. This special performance features soloist Tim Augustin and the voices of the Cathedral Choral Society under the direction of Dr. J. Reilly Lewis.

March 3, 6, 2016

Soloist  The Four Tenors

Opera Delaware

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Judah Maccabee  Judas Maccabaeus

Beth El Congregation/Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church

Light a Candle with Handel - the first night of Hanukkah, Beth El Congregation, in conjunction with Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, presents a gala performance of “Judas Maccabaeus.” Tenor Tim Augustin stars in the role of Judah Maccabee.

July 26, 2014

Soloist  Schonbrunn Operngala

Mahler Philharmonic

July 12, 2014

Soloist  2014 Salzburg Voice Festival Opening Gala

Mahler Philharmonic

March 7 & 9, 2014

Nadir  Les Pecheurs de Perles

Opera Delaware

Les pêcheurs de perles - From the composer that brought you Carmen, Les pêcheurs de perles is certainly less well-known, but every bit as memorable! Never before performed by Opera Delaware, Opera Delaware presents The Pearl Fishers in concert as part of the “inside the opera studio” series. English supertitles will be provided in order to help you follow the story; you won’t even miss the sets or costumes! If you are more visually oriented - we have you covered! The amazingly creative and talented Lee Zimmerman will be perform LIVE silk-screen painting as part of this performance

February 28 and March 1, 2014

Nadir  Les Pecheurs de Perles

Baltimore Concert Opera

After last season’s Carmen, BCO returns to the music of Georges Bizet with this tale of bromance gone wrong. Zurga, king of the pearl fishers, and his childhood friend Nadir took an oath to always put their friendship before their mutual love for the beautiful Léïla(and reaffirm that oath in a duet you are sure to recognize!) Their friendship is threatened when Léïla suddenly reappears after more than a year. Bizet’s talents are on full display in this romantic masterpiece.

December 14, 2013

Soloist  Christmas at the Sanford Concert Series

Sanford Concert Series

The annual Christmas concert features Two Rivers Harmony and members from the Washington National Opera. Enjoy a surprise selection of holiday carols and songs to get everyone in the mood for Christmas.

November 13, 2013

Inspector Henry Mathews  Uncle Alex

American Opera Initiative - Washington National Opera

Set against the framework of Ellis Island at the turn of the 20th century, Uncle Alex tells the story of one immigrant family and the simple, yet heroic act that changes their lives forever. More than 12 million immigrants entered the United States through Ellis Island, with over one million processed in 1907 alone. Set against the backdrop of this peak year, Uncle Alex tells the story of new arrivals Anna and Jacob Eingold as they navigate their final interview with an Ellis Island inspector. When their hopes are derailed by a technicality, fellow immigrant Alex Margolis calls his own future into question with an unexpected act of heroism. An opera about love, family, and what it truly means to be American, Uncle Alex provides a modest glimpse into an experience that has shaped the core of this country.
WNO's American Opera Initiative moves into its second exciting season with the premieres of three new 20-minute operas in a concert performance accompanied by a small chamber orchestra, and followed by a Q&A session with the artists and creative team.

November 13, 2013

John Burns  Duffy's Cut

American Opera Initiative - Washington National Opera

The ghosts of three immigrant Irish railroad workers--killed in a violent clash with local farmers as they fled a cholera outbreak at their Pennsylvania work camp--return to haunt Malachi Harris, the man charged with making sure that no trace of them or their fate survives.
At the inception of construction of America's first transcontinental railroad, in eastern Pennsylvania, the companies responsible for building each "cut" of track relied on Irish immigrants as a source of cheap labor. In August 1832, the entire crew of 57 workers at one such Pennsylvania worksite--Duffy's Cut--die. Most are victims of the cholera epidemic sweeping the country, but several are murdered by local farmers as they try to escape their disease-ridden camp. Hoping to preserve his lucrative contracts with the railroad, contractor Phillip Duffy wishes to destroy all evidence of what happened at the site and charges the camp blacksmith, Malachi Harris, with the task. Haunted by the ghosts of three dead workers he knew in life and nursed in illness, and troubled by his own conscience, Malachi must decide whether to carry out Duffy's orders or preserve some trace of what happened at Duffy's Cut.

September 14, 2013

Soloist  Let Music Carry Our Love Charity Concert

Education and Science Society

The Education and Science Society (ESS) presents “Let Music Carry Our Love” Charity Concert to Support Education In Rural China. Tim Augustin joins renowned mezzo soprano Linling He, pianist Kai-Ching Chang and the Glorystar Children’s Chorus, which is highly regarded in the Washington community and abroad. The concert program will include selected opera pieces, and French, Italian, and Chinese folk and art songs.

June 2013

Finalist 

Leo Slezak International Singing Competition

June 26, 2013

Recital 

Vienna, Austria

Recital at the Barocksaal Doblinger

June 8-9, 2013

Roy Miller  Approaching Ali

Washington National Opera

WNO: American Opera Initiative
In two premiere performances, composer D.J. Sparr and librettists Mark Campbell and Davis Miller's hour-long opera tells the story of a reporter's transformative meeting with the boxing legend Muhammad Ali.

April 5 - 7, 2013

Soloist  Spring Studio Series

Opera Delaware

Enjoy a glass of wine at a cozy cabaret-style table while listening to your favorite arias and scenes being presented up-close and personal by the best talent the region has to offer. The focus is on the beauty of the human voice in the intimate surroundings of Delaware's Opera Studios overlooking the Christina River.

March 16, 2013

Classical-FX in Concert  Concerts from Kirkwood

with the Classical-FX Vocal Quartet

February 17, 2013

Classical-FX Valentine's Concert  All Saints Episcopal Church

with the Classical-FX Vocal Quartet

February 10, 2013

Classical-FX in Concert  Providence Concert Series

with the Classical-FX Vocal Quartet

January 20, 2013

AGMA Relief Benefit Concert  St. Ann Catholic Church

with members of the Washington National Opera Chorus

Fall 2012

Medalist:   New Tang Dynasty International Vocal Competition

at Carnegie Hall

Fall 2012

Ferrando  Cosi Fan Tutte

Baltimore Concert Opera

Spring 2012

Schmidt   Werther

Washington National Opera

Fall 2011

Don Ramiro  La Cenerentola

Baltimore Concert Opera

Fall 2010

Almaviva   Il Barbiere di Siviglia

Baltimore Concert Opera