CALENDAR

2022/2023 SEASON ENGAGEMENTS

Rusalka

PITTSBURGH OPERA

HUNTER  /     SEPTEMBER 17,20,23,25, 2022

Mr. Bell appears as the Hunter in his debut with Pittsburgh Opera.  Dvorák's Czech interpretation of the popular "Little Mermaid" fairytale, tells the story of the water sprite Rusalka, who falls in love with a human Prince. Produced for the first time in Pittsburgh Opera's 82-year history, the fantastic drama will be conducted by Antony Walker and directed by Kristine McIntyre. 

Resident Artist

PITTSBURGH OPERA

RESIDENT ARTIST / AUG 22 - MAY 23

Mr. Bell is extremely excited to join Pittsburgh Opera as one of their 2022-23 Resident Artists. In addition to his mainstage assignments, Mr. Bell will be seen with Pittsburgh Opera in their popular Brown Bag concerts, special events, and community programs. For more information on specific performance opportunities for the Resident Artists, outside of appearances in the season's full productions, visit the company website for updated performance schedules.

Le nozze di
Figaro

PITTSBURGH OPERA

COUNT (COVER) / NOVEMBER 5,8,11,13, 2022

Mr. Bell covers the role of Count Almaviva in Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, one of the most popular comic operas of all time. This beautiful period production features an all-star cast, directed by Stephanie Havey. Mr. Bell will be singing the role in a student matinée performance, taking place during the show's run, details are forthcoming.

Dichter Project

BROOKLYN ART SONG SOCIETY

COLLABORATOR / MARCH 18, 2023

Collaborating alongside pianist Michael Brofman, Mr. Bell appears with the Brooklyn Art Song Society in Dichter Project: Joseph von Eichendorff, performing Robert Schumann's Liederkreis Op. 39. This one-night-only concert performance returns with earthly, playful and iconic settings of Eichendorff by composers Robert Schumann and Hugo Wolf,  at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.

Denis & Katya

PITTSBURGH OPERA

BOY / MAY 6,9,12,14,18, 2023

Premiering in 2019, this visceral new work from composer Philip Venables and librettist Ted Huffman tells the shocking true story of two Russian, teenage, runaways and their tragic three-day standoff with Russian Special Forces. Mr. Bell sings the character of Boy in this experimental, two-person production taking place at Pittsburgh Opera's Bitz Opera Factory.