JORDAN BISCH RECEIVES OPERALIA PRIZE

08.06.09
Jordan Bisch

Up and coming bass Jordan Bisch was recently honored to receive second prize in the world-renowned Operalia Competition. Operalia, The World Opera Competition was founded in 1993 by Plácido Domingo to discover and honor the best new young opera singers of today. The competition attracts singers of all voice categories from all around the globe to perform for a panel of distinguished international Opera personalities, in the most prestigious and competitive forum in the world.

This summer, Jordan Bisch made his debut at the San Francisco Opera as Angelotti in Tosca. A recent graduate of the Metropolitan Opera's Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, Mr. Bisch made his debut there as the Second Knight in Parsifal, and has since appeared in their production of Idomeneo, conducted by James Levine.

A native of Vancouver, Washington, Mr. Bisch is a Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Grand Finals winner, a recipient of a 2005 Sara Tucker Study Grant, and a recipient of the  Richard Tucker Career Grant in both 2006 and 2009.