On March 24, Nathan and Julie Gunn perform an eclectic program of opera, pop, Broadway and more at Wigmore Hall. Together, the duo creates a varied evening of music, performing classics by Samuel Barber and Irving Berlin and reimagining pop hits by Cake and Tom Waits.
This March, Nathan Gunn makes his house debut at English National Opera as Count Danilo in Franz Lehár‘s comic masterpiece, The Merry Widow. Featuring memorable operetta melodies like “Vilja Song” and “Merry Widow Waltz,” the operetta centers on the relationship between the dazzling and wealthy widow Hanna and her former flame, Count Danilo.
Great Scott, a new opera composed by Jake Heggie, has been nominated for the 2019 Grammy Award for “Best Contemporary Classical Composition.”
This December, Nathan Gunn returns to one of his signature roles, singing Papageno in The Magic Flute at the Metropolitan Opera.
On November 9, Nathan Gunn performs as the Pirate King in a semi-staged production of The Pirates of Penzance at Krannert Center for the Arts.
Following last season’s Don Giovanni (a production which marked Nathan’s directing debut), Nathan returns to Lyric Theatre @ Illinois to direct Puccini’s operatic classic, La Bohème.
This fall Nathan and Julie Gunn bring their cabaret recital series to the University of Notre Dame (September 22), the Krannert Center (October 6), and Musco Center for the Arts (October 28). A delightful evening of music, these cabarets feature a variety of music from the American Songbook, ranging from Irving Berlin to Leonard Bernstein to Tom Waits to Pearl Jam.
Today, LSO Live releases a new recording of Wonderful Town, Leonard Bernstein’s musical celebration of making it in the Big Apple.
This summer, Nathan performs in concerts across the United States, joining music festivals across the country.