20 (Plus) Questions with Nathan Gunn
- Playbill Arts
Nathan Gunn is a man of many talents and passions, as his responses to our “20 Questions” reveal. The versatile star reprises his acclaimed Papageno in the Met’s English-language family version of The Magic Flute. … MORE
Opera divo Nathan Gunn, Broadway is calling!
- Time Out New York
This past weekend, we had the pleasure of seeing Mozart’s daffy comedy of sexual manners Così fan tutte at the Metropolitan Opera. … MORE
Heartland Heartthrob: An Interview with Nathan Gunn, Part I
- Opera Warhorses
Read Part I of Opera Warhorses’ August 2010 interview with Nathan at Warhorses.com
Heartland Heartthrob: An Interview with Nathan Gunn, Part II
- Opera Warhorses
Part II of Opera Warhorses’ August 2010 interview.
Nathan Gunn talks about The Magic Flute, musical theatre, and future plans
Established as one of the most sought-after baritones, and loved by his public, Nathan Gunn is living a very prolific phase of his career. … MORE
Voice 10, Acting … 10:
The new breed of opera stars who work on their characterizations
Indiana-born baritone Nathan Gunn attributes his comfort on stage to “having played a lot of different sports, where you had to know what your body was doing.” … MORE
'Amelia': An Opera And A Goodbye
Seattle Opera is presenting the world premiere of Amelia, which examines the legacy of the Vietnam War from the home-front perspective. … MORE
Opera singer Nathan Gunn more than just a pretty face
- Toronto Star
Before you hear Nathan Gunn’s supple, honeyed baritone, it’s hard not to notice the good looks of a man who could be as comfortable on a fashion runway as on the musical stage. … MORE
A Singer Keeps Fit for Roles
- The Wall Street Journal
As an Operatic Hero, Nathan Gunn Needs to Look the Part; Pull-Ups Help … MORE
Opera barihunks hit a muscular note
- Los Angeles Times
Toned physiques like Nathan Gunn’s are getting a standing ovation in the genre’s usually buttoned-up world. … MORE
High C in High-Def
- Vanity Fair
Meet seven international opera stars who are putting to rest the “fat lady sings” cliché, via live broadcasts to movie theaters. … MORE
- Best Life
A budding opera star shows you the hotel-room workout that has given him the most powerful upper body on the circuit … MORE
- IN New York
As one of the country’s most in-demand opera singers, velvet-voiced baritone Nathan Gunn has won awards and critical praise for his performances in such works as Billy Budd … MORE
- Time Out Chicago
Opera hunk Nathan Gunn sings the praises of family life and patriotism … MORE
Nathan Gunn sails into San Francisco as Billy Budd. Nathan Gunn believes there is a correct way of doing things—and it’s paying off with a calendar of blue-chip engagements, including … Read Nathan’s Cover story in Opera News … MORE
Opera's Sexy, Sizzling Duet
- USA Today
Anna Netrebko and Nathan Gunn are both hugely successful singers with the kind of camera-melting good looks that many pop idols would kill for. But you’re not going to find them on MTV … MORE
A Prairie Home Companion
Listen to Nathan singing and acting with Garrison Keiler and friends on A Prairie Home Companion.
'Magic Flute' at Lincoln Center
The Metropolitan Opera went all out once again last holiday season with a family-friendly opera at the Lincoln Center. CBS2’s Dana Tyler talks to the star of “The Magic Flute”.
Seattle Opera's World Premier of 'Amelia'
Nancy Guppy interviews Seattle Opera general director Speight Jenkins about the world premier of Daron Aric Hagen’s “Amelia” on the Seattle Channel’s Art Zone. See a clip from scene two starring Nathan and mezzo-soprano Kate Lindsey at minute 5:00.
What's the Buzz
Watch an Interview with Nathan on ABC’s What’s the Buzz.
The Colbert Show
As a guest on Stephen Colbert’s talk show, Nathan explains why opera isn’t elitist … and bets that Cio-Cio San could take Carmen in a cage fight.
Watch the interview here
Second Cup Cafe
Watch Nathan Gunn sing the title track from his new album, “Just Before Sunrise” on the CBS Early Show.
- Seattle Times
Seattle Opera’s Amelia is a production of riveting dramatic and musical strength, proudly American yet rising above jingoism, profoundly personal yet universal in context. And Seattle Opera has done wonders in ensuring the best possible introduction for a complex and difficult work, writes Bernard Jacobson. … MORE
- Lexus Magazine
BODY & SOUL
Opera baritone Nathan Gunn ventures into the pop and jazz idioms—just don’t call it a crossover album … MORE
Just Before Sunrise
- Opera News
Nathan’s latest CD "Just Before Sunrise" was recently reviewed in Opera News. Read the review here
- Chicago Sun-Times
‘JUST BEFORE SUNRISE’ Baritone Nathan Gunn ventures outside world of opera for collection of romantic ballads … MORE
An American Tragedy
- Opera News
The world-premiere cast of “An American Tragedy” talks to Martin Bernheimer from Opera News. Read the article here