Timothy Mix

Recipient of a 2008 Richard Tucker Foundation Career Grant, Timothy Mix made his San Francisco Opera debut as Sonora in 2010's La Fanciulla del West and returned as Le Bret (Cyrano de Bergerac). The baritone’s recent engagements include Ford (Falstaff) with Washington National Opera; Marcello (La Bohème) at Arizona Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, and Palm Beach Opera; Belcore (L’Elisir d’Amore) with Toledo Opera; and the Duke of Nottingham (Roberto Devereaux) at the Dallas Opera. Mix is a former artist with Pittsburgh Opera Center, and his roles with that company have included Baron Douphol (La Traviata) Don Fernando (Fidelio), Monterone (Rigoletto), Flint (Billy Budd), and Count Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro). Career highlights include Escamillo (Carmen) with Opera Colorado; the title role of Eugene Onegin at Virginia’s Todi Music Festival; Ford with New York City Opera; Clayton McAllister (Floyd’s Cold Sassy Tree) with Atlanta Opera; and Krušina (The Bartered Bride) at Baltimore Opera. Mix has been a recipient of awards from the Mirjam Helen International Singing Competition, the Palm Beach Opera Competition, the Sullivan Foundation, and the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.