Scott

Scully

tenor

A 2017 GRAMMY winner for his participation in the LA Opera recording of Corigliano’s The Ghost of Versailles, Scott Scully is an in-demand presence on American and international stages. The 2019-2020 season marks his tenth season with the Metropolitan Opera. In recent seasons, he has added Joe in La fanciulla del West, Remendado in Carmen, Gastone in La Traviata, Borsa in Rigoletto, Messenger in Samson et Dalila, Domo I in Der Rosenkavalier, the Dancing Master in Manon Lescaut, Don Curzio in Le nozze di Figaro, 2nd Priest in Die Zauberflöte, and Young Servant in Elektra to his repertoire with the company as well as productions of Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Manon, Ernani, Turandot, Elektra, Lulu, and Die Fledermaus.

           

Previously, Mr. Scully was seen in Met productions of Madama Butterfly, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Magic Flute, Rigoletto, Rosenkavalier, Werther, Carmen, La traviata, Le Comte Ory, Un ballo in maschera, Les dialogues des Carmèlites, Capriccio, Roméo et Juliette, Boris Godunov, Pique Dame, Billy Budd and Ariadne auf Naxos. Mr. Scully joined the roster of the Metropolitan Opera in the 2009-2010, making his house debut as the young prisoner in From the House of the Dead, followed by Remendado in Carmen, Pong in Turandot, as well as making his debut with the BBC Orchestra in London, where he reprised the role of Louis in Angels in America.

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Scott Scully

12.13.2016

Congratulations to ADA Artists Susanne Mentzer, mezzo and Joseph Mechavich, conductor for their participation in the Florentine Opera recording of "Wuthering Heights" and to Victoria Livengood, mezzo and Scott Scully, tenor for their participation in Los Angeles Opera'...

12.06.2016

"Strong representation from the West this year includes Los Angeles Opera’s recording of John Corigliano’s wonderful Figaro fantasy, “The Ghosts of Versailles,” . . . L.A. Opera’s “Ghosts” also captured a nomination for engineered recording"

-LA Times

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04.15.2014

“The smaller parts were all sung well, including Scott Scully as Goro . . . “- New York Times

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“Even smaller roles crackled: tenor Scott Scully’s bored, cynical Goro contrasted with the proudly romantic Prince Yamadori from the mellow-voiced bass-bariton...

01.13.2014

“Scott Scully as the treacherous Squeak and Keith Jameson as the self-hating Novice sang beautifully and were riveting in their scenes of corruption and weakness.” -Opera Today

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