Tenor Nathan Granner, a renowned solo and collaborative artist, has a “vibrant and flexible” voice (The Boston Globe) and “possesses utter control of a ravishing mixed head sound.” (Opera News)  

2017 engagements include performing as Dr. Morel in Stewart Copeland's (of the band The Police) world premiere opera "The Invention of Morel" at Chicago Opera Theater, Triquet in "Eugene Onegin" with Spoleto Festival USA, Curly in "Oklahoma!" with Ash Lawn Opera, Edgaro in Pacific Opera Project "Lucia di Lammermoor" with Jamie Chamberlin, The Magician in Menotti's "The Consul with Long Beach Opera and features in the climactic scene of award winning independent film, "Counter-Clockwise," directed by George Moïse.

Mr. Granner has performed as Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore, Ferrando in Cosí fan tutte, and Rodolfo in La Bohéme in performances with Lyric Opera Kansas City, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Tulsa Opera, Wolf Trap and Glimmerglass Opera.  He is a founding member of The American Tenors, whose Sony Masterworks album reached the top five in the classical crossover charts.  

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