Summer Modern Intensive (Against the Grain Theatre)

University of Toronto
Dates: August 8th - 22nd, 2019
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An artist’s development is never done! Nolan is very much looking forward to spending two weeks in the 6, working with one of Canada’s most innovative and progressive opera companies. Nolan is excited to work on contemporary and modern opera scenes, study with fantastic instructors including the Juno-nominated Miriam Khalil, sing in one of the company’s venerated Opera Pub events, and garner wisdom and advice on how to make it as a singer in 2019 before he… well, tries to make it as a singer in 2019.

This is Prophetic! (Against the Grain Theatre and University of Toronto Opera)

MacMillan Theatre (Edward Johnson Building, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queens Park, Toronto)
August 21st & 22nd (7:30pm)
Tickets & More Information: $27/adults, $20/arts workers

The culmination of all that learning mentioned above will be an incredible presentation of scenes from the operatic canon of the recent past. Under the direction of Michael Albano and Joel Ivany, Nolan will be assuming two very different roles in this concert. He will portray the Earl of Essex, lover of the Queen of England in Benjamin Britten’s Gloriana, and the agent of chaos Bégearss in John Corigliano’s The Ghosts of Versailles.

Soloist - Handel’s Messiah (Malaspina Choir)

St. Peter’s Catholic Church (301 Machleary St.), Nanaimo, BC
December 13th, 2019 (7:30pm)
Tickets: $20/adult, $10/under 25, FREE/12 and under. Available at Port Theatre Box Office, choir members, or at the door.
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After performing as an understudy in the Malaspina Choir’s production of Britten’s Saint Nicholas in 2018, Nolan is excited to add this special Messiah performance to his 2019 season. Under the baton of Lionel Tanod, this performance marks the 10th anniversary of Malaspina’s sing-along Messiah, which also donates part of the proceeds to local charities. Nolan will be joined by soprano Rebecca Collett, mezzo-soprano Julia Morgan, and baritone Michael MacKinnon.

To see what Nolan’s gotten up to in the last little while (singing-wise, not like dentist appointments and stuff), click here.