Tenor Ryan Chavis is excited to return to the Mediterranean Opera Studio & Festival to perform in Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo & Arturo, cover) and La Traviata (Alfredo, cover). Recent solo and operatic performances include productions of Gianni Schicchi (Rinuccio) and La bohème (Rodolfo) also at last year’s Mediterranean Opera Festival, The Cunning Little Vixen (Ensemble), Orpheus In The Underworld (Ensemble), and principal performances in scenes from Die Fledermaus (Eisenstein), The Copper Queen (Theodore) and The Long Walk (Ricky) at the Manhattan School of Music. Ryan is also a passionate concert and choral musician, most recently making their Lincoln Center debut as a proud member of the newly formed New York Philharmonic Chorus, resident vocal ensemble of the NY Phil and David Geffen Hall, and has also been featured as the tenor soloist in Zohar (Leshnoff) with the NYC Master Chorale, and Magnificat (Durante) with MUSE Ensemble. Ryan is a recent graduate of the Manhattan School of Music (M.M. ’23). They continue their study of voice under the instruction of Gioacchino LiVigni and Sidney Outlaw.