Peter Stewart, bass-baritone
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OPERA

L’Elisir d’Amore: Dulcamara
Il Barbiere di Siviglia: Bartolo
La Cenerentola: Don Magnifico
Guillaume Tell: Guillaume Tell
Ballad of Baby Doe: Horace
Amahl: Melchior
The Medium: Mr. Gobineau
Cosi fan tutte: Don Alfonso
Die Zauberflötte: Der Sprecher  
Madama Butterfly:
Sharpless
Les Mamelles de Tiresias: Theater Director
Martha: Plunkett
Intermezzo: Notar
The Mighty Casey: Narrator
Patience: Grovesnor
Princess Ida: Florian

OPERA COMPANIES

Santa Fe Opera
Lake George Opera
National Theatre of Belgrade
Roanoke Opera
Opera Northeast
Opera Maine
Chicago Light Opera Works
Oswego Opera
Opera at Trinity (NYC)
Manchester (England) Opera

ORCHESTRAS

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Calgary Philharmonic
New Haven Symphony
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra
Fairfield Symphony
New World Symphony
(Czech Republic)
Peter Stewart has created many roles in collaboration with composers. He has
toured extensively in Europe, Australia, Asia, and North America with
Philip Glass in
Einstein on the Beach, Monsters of Grace, La Belle et la Bête, and White Raven.  Mr.
Stewart has also recorded new operas for
Jon Gibson, Gavin Bryars, Robert
Wilson, Julius Hemphill, Anthony Braxton, Meredith Monk, Fred Ho, Allan Jaffe,
Leroy Jenkins, Harry Partch and Hans Werner Henze
, and was featured in Sir
John Tavener’s
Veil of the Temple at The Lincoln Center Festival.

His premier solo disc on the
CRI label entitled Continual Conversation with a Silent
Man
, features music of Lee Hoiby, and was presented in recital at Lincoln Center’s
Alice Tully Hall
.  Other recitals include debuts at The Kennedy Center and The
Library of Congress
.  Albany Records has released Bayoan, a concert work for
baritone and orchestra, by Roberto Sierra.

Mr. Stewart has performed with many orchestras and opera companies, including
The Calgary Philharmonic, The Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, The New Haven
Symphony, Santa Fe Opera, Opera Roanoke, The Mark Morris Dance Company,
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra,
and The Mendelssohn String Quartet.

A gifted comedic actor, Mr. Stewart, under the tutelage of Metropolitan Opera baritone
Mark Oswald, has incorporated the basso-buffo repertoire into his current
offerings.  

Mr. Stewart lives in New York City with dancer and writer María de Lourdes Dávila
and their daughter Beatriz.




RECORDINGS

CRI:                  Continual Conversation with a Silent Man (music of  Lee Hoiby)
Albany              
Bayoan (music of Roberto Sierra)
Koch Intl          
Womyn Warriors (opera by Fred Ho)
Nonesuch          
Einstein on the Beach (Philip Glass)
Catalyst/BMG  
Monk and the Abbess (Meredith Monk)
Orange               
Monsters of Grace (Philip Glass)
Mountain Music
Equilibrium        
Fraternity of Deceit (Michael Kowalski)
Catalyst/BMG  
Shaman (Toby Twining)
ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE

JS Bach: Cantatas
St. John Passion
St. Matthew Passion
Christmas Oratorio
Magnificat
Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem
Durufle: Requiem
Faure: Requiem
Handel: Messiah
L’Allegro
Joshua
Haydn: The Creation
Schuetz: Auferstehungshistorie, Musikalische Exequien
Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs

FESTIVALS

BAM Next Wave
Lincoln Center Festival
Madeira Bach Festival
Utrecht Oude Musik Fest
Flanders Festival
Amhearst Festival
Regensburg Festival
Athens Festival
Perth International Festival
Festival d’automne (Paris)
Les Nuits de Fourviere (Lyon)
Nagoya World’s Fair

CONDUCTORS

Dennis Russell Davies
John Crosby
Ana Zorana Brajovic
John Bethel
George Manahan
Andrew Parrott
Nicholas McGeegan
Arpad Joo

STAGE DIRECTORS

Robert Wilson
Christopher and David Alden
Terry O’Reilly
Tom O’Horgan
Janet Bookspan
Leon Major
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