top of page

TENOR

2024:

nEw Jersey Festival Orchestra

Edgardo, Lucia di Lammermoor

Virginia Opera

Judge/Sherriff, Loving v. Virginia (workshop)

 

2023:

Opera Edwardsville

December Concert

Opera Ithaca

The Prince, Rusalka

salt marsh opera

fenton, falstaff

Southern Illinois Music Festival

Ruggero, La Rondine

ErnaniErnani (Concert)

ANCHORAGE OPERA

DON JOSÉ, CARMEN

Marble City Opera

William King,The Infinite Energy of Ada Lovelace

Southern Illinois Symphony

Tenor Soloist, Beethoven's 9th symphony

2022:

St. Pete Opera

Southern Illinois Music Festival

Pittsburgh Opera

Concert at Hartwood Acres

PIttsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Tenor Soloist, Beethoven's 9th symphony

Anchorage Opera

Cavaradossi, Tosca

Pacific Opera Project

Count Vaudémont, Iolanta

2021:

CLEVELAND OPERA THEATER

KIng Kaspar, Amahl and the Night visitors

 

Indianapolis Opera

Don Ottavio, don Giovanni

 

Dayton OPERA

Nemorino, L'elisir D'amore

PITTSBURGH CONCERT SOCIETY

Major Artist Awards Recital

RAVINIA FESTIVAL

Fellow, ravinia Steans Music Institute

CLEVELAND OPERA THEATER

Opera for all summer concert series

 

Pittsburgh Opera

Soloist, Summer Concert Series

Pittsburgh FEstival Opera

Voce al fresco young artist Concert Series

 

2020:

Virginia Opera

Scalia, Scalia/ginsburg

*CANCELLED due to COVID-19

The Princeton Festival

Alfredo, La Traviata

*CANCELLED due to COVID-19

St. Pete Opera

The duke of Mantua, Rigoletto

2019:

DAYTON Philharmonic Orchestra

New Year's Eve Gala

SALT MARSH OPERA

Canio, Pagliacci

CENTRAL CITY OPERA

Red Whiskers/Captain Vere (cover), Billy Budd

DAYTON OPERA

Narraboth/Second JewSalome

CLEVELAND OPERA THEATER

Alfredo, La traviata

2018:

VIRGINIA OPERA

Lippo Fiorentino, Street Scene

WESTERN PIEDMONT SYMPHONY

Tenor Soloist, Beethoven's 9th symphony

FLORIDA GRAND OPERA

Narraboth/Second Jew, Salome

Arturo, Lucia di Lammermoor

Dear Theo by Ben Moore

 

Benjamin Werley, tenor

Kseniia Polstiankina Barrad, piano

Performed at the Ravinia Music Festival

August 9, 2021

"Edgardo, sung by tenor Benjamin Werley...had all the warmth and conviction needed for the tragic hero. His “Verranno a te sull’aure” rendezvous love duet with Sandoval was expressive and passionate. He showed glimpses of heavier, heroic shades and legato phrasing in his Act III marathon, ending with “Tu che a Dio spiegasti l’ali,” sung after Raimondo tells him Lucia is dead."
-COURTNEY SMITH, NJArts.net

"... the blind, all-consuming ardor of tenor Benjamin Werley’s Don José was never in doubt. Werley wielded a gleaming, flexible tenor and had the confidence to let his performance build and deepen. The contrast between his fresh-faced, clean-cut stoicism in Act I and his vulnerable, ragged desperation in the harrowing conclusion was extreme."
-OPERA NEWS

"As Narraboth, the captain of Herod’s guard, Benjamin Werley displayed a strong stage presence and a powerful tenor with thrilling high notes."
-South Florida Classical Review

 

 

bottom of page