Benjamin Bloomfield has a powerful and rich baritone voice that has charmed audiences and critics alike. In Fall 2012 he made two impressive debuts under the baton of Maestro Lorin Maazel: the Munich Philharmonic and in Oman, where was heard as Alcindoro in La Bohème, a role he sang at Maestro Maazel’s Castleton Festival in July. Highlights of the 2011-12 season included his first season at the Metropolitan Opera (cover Lavitsy – Boris Godunov); at New York City Opera (cover Baron Douphol – La Traviata), and he was extremely busy with the Castleton Festival in productions of Gianni Schicchi, Seven Deadly Sins, L’Enfant et les Sortileges, Master Pedro’s Puppet Show, and Il Tabarro. The season also featured his first Marcello in La Bohème for New York Lyric Opera, and the role of the Father in Dr. Sun Yat-Sen at New York City Asian Society production.
Repertoire with NSMF:
Baron Duphol in La Traviata 2013