JARRETT LOGAN PORTER, baritone

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

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American baritone, Jarrett Logan Porter is in his second year as a Marion Roose Pullin Studio Artist at Arizona Opera, and in the 2018-2019 season, will appear as Guglielmo in Così fan tutte, as Father Palmer in Kevin Puts' Pulitzer Prize winning opera Silent Night, as Antonio and the cover to il Conte Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro, and Baron Douphol in La traviata. In the 2017-2018 season at Arizona Opera, he was seen as the title role in Patrick Morganelli's Hercules vs Vampires, as Maximilian in Candide, as Sciarrone in Tosca, and as Fiorello in The Barber of Seville. He joined The Santa Fe Opera in 2018 as a member of the company's prestigious Apprentice Program, singing Der Perückenmacher in Ariadne auf Naxos, and covering Maximilian in Candide. He returns to The Santa Fe Opera in 2019 covering Guglielmo in Così fan tutte, and singing the Sergeant in La boheme. Jarrett has also recently appeared as a 2017 Young Artist with The Glimmerglass Festival as Sam in Oklahoma!, and in Francesca Zambello's new production of Donizetti's rarely performed opera, The Siege of Calais.

Porter was an outstanding Maximilian and a commanding Captain
— opera today

As a passionate interpreter of new music, Porter was seen as Joses in San Francisco Opera's World Premiere of The Gospel of Mary Magdalene by Mark Adamo, and in 2016 as The Narcisisstic Ogre in the American Premiere of Philip Glass' The Witches of Venice at Opera Saratoga, where Opera News lauded him for his "imposing baritone." Later that season, Porter worked as part of the workshop premiere of Mason Bates' The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs for The Santa Fe Opera, and later he went on to make his American Lyric Theatre debut, creating the role of Tom in Theo Popov's and Tony Asaro’s concert premiere of The Halloween Tree at Merkin Hall in New York City. In 2017, he was the recipient of the inaugural Pankonin Art Song Award for his collaboration with composer Matthew Boehler and librettist Tony Asaro to create the new song-cycle: Passed, and has appeared in performance with Jake Heggie at the German Consulate of San Francisco in a program of Heggie’s newest endeavors, including selections from his chamber opera, Out of Darkness.

As Don Giovanni, Jarrett was vocally exquisite.
— Berkeley Daily

In January of 2017, Jarrett was a fellow at SongFest at the Hidden Valley Music Festival under the mentorship of Sir Thomas Allen and Graham Johnson. Alongside narration from Mr. Allen and Mr. Johnson, he made his National Public Radio debut with selections from Schubert’s Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise. In Spring of 2018, he joined pianist Taylor Hutchinson in recital to present the duo's first full length Winterreise at Katzin Hall: Arizona State University.

There wasn’t a weak voice on the stage with the Marion Roose Pullin Studio Artists in lead roles, including Porter
— arizona daily star

He is the Lisa and Bernie Kalvelage Award Winner at the 2018 Holt Competition, the 2017 Winner of the Pacific Music Society Competition, the Ellie Silver Award Winner at the 2017 Holt Competition, and the First Prize Winner of the inaugural Esther C. Weill Competition. Other role engagements have included the title roles in Don Giovanni and Eugene Onegin, Le Chevalier des Grieux in Massenet’s Le Portrait de Manon, Sid in Albert Herring, Harry Easter in Street Scene, and Morales in Carmen. Porter is an Alumn of Houston Grand Opera’s Young Artist Vocal Academy (2014), and holds a BM from the Eastman School of Music (2015), and an MM from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (2017) where he was a James Schwabacher Fellow. He is a student of César Ulloa.

Jarrett Porter was a commanding Hercules who faced monsters with a commanding robust sound.
— Opera Today

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