Hailed as a "gorgeous tenor voice" by Broadway World, Nathan Létourneau’s recent performances include Don Ramiro in NEMPAC Opera's La Cenerentola, Count Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia with Opera NOVA, tenor soloist with dell'Arte Opera's The Fairy Queen, and Orphée in the Opera Without Fences’ Orphée aux enfers. Other recent roles include Gherardo in diCapo Opera Theatre’s Gianni Schicchi and Nicholas Astor (cover) in Bronx Opera’s The Rivals, Monastatos in Amore Opera’s The Magic Flute, Biondello in The Garden State Opera’s L'oca del Cairo, and Piquillo in Opera Without Fences’ La Perichole.  Nathan has also performed Martin in The Tender Land and Contino Belfiore in La finta giardiniera  (Toronto), Lippo Fiorentino in Street Scene and Count Barigoule in Pauline Viardot’s Cendrillon (NYC), Don Quichotte in Boismortier’s Don Quichotte chez la Duchesse (Montréal), Prince Charmant in Cendrillon by Massenet (Montréal),  Arbace in Idomeneo (Toronto), Pluton/Aristée in Orphée aux enfers (France), and Remendado in Carmen (NYC). 

Also active in the recital and concert scene, Nathan has sung as a soloist with the NIH Philharmonia, Georgetown University, the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, Orpheus Choir, with Goran Bregovic, in recital with the Church of the Epiphany recital series, at NYU’s Maison Française, and as a semi-finalist in the Annapolis Opera Vocal Competition. Nathan holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Toronto and a Master of Music from New York University.

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