A native of The Bronx, NY, Tenor Lindell Carter has captured the attention of audiences on opera and concert stages in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy. Comfortable in a wide range of repertoire, Mr. Carter has been noted by the media for his “ringing voice” (London Herald) and “power and finesse” (Classical Voice of NC).
Mr. Carter is excited that a busy year culminates with Litha Symphony Orchestra, with which his previous appearances include the Tenor solos in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 and Mozart’s Coronation Mass. This season has included Mr. Carter’s role debut as Pinkerton, which the Brooklyn Hearld, praised as “forceful and emotional”; and the New York City premiere of Thea Musgrave’s The Story of Harriet Tubman, as part of an international celebration of the composer’s 90th year. Other appearances this season included his debut as Radamès (Aïda), and returns to Il Duca (Rigoletto) and Riccardo (Un Ballo in Maschera).
Mr. Carter begins 2019 with his return to Carnegie Hall in a concert of works by African-American composers, followed by performances of Rodolfo (La bohème). In previous seasons, Mr. Carter has performed under the auspices of notable figures such as Montserrat Caballé, Martina Arroyo, William Lewis, Jon Frederic West, and conductor Willie Anthony Waters.