Alexander Lewis tenor
Alexander Lewis is in his second year of the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. Last year he performed the role of Vasek in the Met-Juilliard production of The Bartered Bride, under the baton of Maestro James Levine, and his first recital as a tenor as part of the LYADP's recital series.
In 2010, Mr Lewis completed The Merola Opera Program in San Francisco where he performed Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore. A graduate of The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts he has appeared as Frederick Barret in Titanic the Musical, Anthony Hope in Sweeney Todd, and Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, also appearing regularly as The Phantom.
Mr Lewis has appeared in a number of concerts including Opera Orchestra of New York's performance of Andriana Lecouvreur in the role of Poisson, Britten's Serenade for Tenor and Horn, Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle, Australia Plays Broadway 2009 in New York’s Carnegie Hall, APEC Australia's 2007 Gala Cultural Performance, Pomp and Madness (Sydney Philharmonia Choir) and The Centenary Gala Concert for Perth's His Majesty's Theatre.
Mr Lewis is the recipient of numerous awards including Opera Foundation Australia’s New York Study Award 2006, The Australian National Aria Competition 2009, and The Sir Robert Askin Traveling Scholarship 2010. He will make his Metropolitan Opera debut in this season's production of Manon and will also appear in concert and recital as part of The Lindemann Young Artist Development Program.