Hubbard Hall Welcomes Patrick McNally Back for “L’elisir d’amore”

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Patrick McNally will be singing Belcore in L’elisir d’amore this August.

Patrick McNally will be singing Belcore in L’elisir d’amore, having previously been seen at Hubbard Hall in Carmen and The Barber of Seville.

With a voice described as “robust” and “standout” by the Denver Post and with a “lively” stage presence reviewed by Opera News, McNally has a varied operatic repertoire, from Gianni Schicchi to John in Summer and Smoke. Drawing from his extensive performance experience, Patrick is equally at home on the opera, musical theater, and recital stage.
Making several house debuts this season, Patrick has been seen in the roles of Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte and the Baritone in Hydrogen Jukebox with Nashville Opera, The Young Soldier in Falling Angel and Freud in Sabina Spielrein with The Center for Contemporary Opera, Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor with New York Opera Exchange, Malatesta in Don Pasquale with Brava Opera, and Robert in Iolanta with New Opera NYC.
McNally has performed at houses across the United States as well as internationally. Recent highlights include appearances at Des Moines Metro Opera, Central City Opera, Sarasota Opera, Opera North, Dayton Opera, Tri-Cities Opera, Opera Louisiane, Bronx Opera, Hubbard Hall Opera, Opera New Jersey, and Die Eutiner Festspiele. He has also been a winner of multiple awards including the Richard F. Gold Career Grant from the Shoshana Foundation.

L’elisir d’amore
(The elixir of love)
by Gaetano Donizetti

Directed by: Andrew Nienaber
Conducted by: Maria Sensi Sellner

Wednesday, August 9 at 7pm (Final Dress/PWYW)
Friday, August 11 at 7pm Opening Night
Saturday, August 12 at 7pm
Wednesday, August 16 at 7pm
Friday, August 18 at 7pm
Sunday, August 20 at 2pm

Click HERE for tickets.

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