Anthony Clark Evans



2017 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World main prize finalist, baritone Anthony Clark Evans returns to Lyric Opera of Chicago in the 2017 – 2018 season as Riccardo in I Puritani, opposite Larry Brownlee. Mr. Evans also makes an appearance on the annual Richard Tucker Gala at Carnegie Hall, as well as a soloist in Angela Rice’s Easter Oratorio Thy Will be Done with the National Chorale at David Geffen Hall.

The 2016 – 2017 season saw Mr. Evans’ debut with the Metropolitan Opera as the Huntsman in the new Mary Zimmerman production of Rusalka, which was broadcast to theatres around the world as part of the Met’s Live in HD program. Mr. Evans also made his San Francisco Opera debut as Sharpless in the Jun Kaneko production of Madama Butterfly.

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“Anthony Clark Evans’ hunter was exceptional in the clarity and beauty of tone.”


“Baritone Anthony Clark Evans’ company debut as Sharpless, the U.S. consul, was warm-toned, vivacious and humane”

San Francisco Chronicle

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“Anthony Clark Evans, making his house bow as the Hunter, showed off a smooth, full baritone, even from offstage.”

New York Classical Review

“Evans nailed Carlo’s aria, from “Ernani,” with stentorian Verdi style.”

Chicago Tribune

“Baritone Anthony Clark Evans took an unusual route to an operatic career: Before becoming a professional singer, he was a car salesman.”

Culture Club

“Baritone Anthony Clark Evans impresses with his vocal power and range as Sharpless, the American consul who disapproves of Pinkerton’s throwaway marriage.”

San Diego Union Tribune