Tenor Theo Lebow has been extremely active as a soloist over the past few years. As a 2012/13 Seattle Opera Young Artist, Lebow made his mainstage debut as the First Prisoner in Fidelio, and he starred as Edoardo in their Young Artist production of Un Giorno di Regno. Recent performances for Lebow include Il Contino Belfiore in Mozart’s La Finta Giardiniera with San Francisco Opera’s Merola Young Artist Program, as well as performing the fugue of Verdi’s Falstaff at the Richard Tucker Foundation Gala with such stars as Bryn Terfel and Stephanie Blythe. He has made debuts in both Weill Hall (singing selections from the Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzer) and in Carnegie Hall (in Mendelssohn’s Lobgesang). Recent accomplishments also include a scientist in Menotti’s The Last Savage with Santa Fe Opera in 2011, the encouragement award from the Gerda Lissner Foundation, semi-finalist placement in the Marcello Giordani Foundation, and regional finalist in the Metropolitan National Council Auditions. Future engagements include New York Festival of Song in Caramoor and New York City on March 10th and 12th, and Viva Verdi, an evening of opera scenes with the Seattle Opera Young Artists on April 6th. Theo also returns to San Francisco to take part in Merola’s Schwabacher Debut Recital series on May 5th, and Nepomuc in Le Grand Duchess de Gerolstein with Santa Fe Opera.