Tenor Nathan Granner, a renowned solo and collaborative artist, has a “vibrant and flexible” voice (The Boston Globe) and “possesses
utter control of a ravishing sound.” (Opera News)
Granner's 2017-2018 engagements include performing as Dr. Morel in Stewart Copeland's (of the band The Police) world premiere opera "The Invention of Morel" at Chicago Opera Theater & Long Beach Opera, Triquet in "Eugene Onegin" and Ubaldo in the U.S. Premier of Donizetti’s “Pia de Tolomei” with Spoleto Festival USA, Curly in "Oklahoma!" with Ash Lawn Opera, Edgardo in Pacific Opera Project "Lucia di Lammermoor" with Greek-American Soprano (& fianceé) Jamie Chamberlin, The Magician in Menotti's "The Consul with Long Beach Opera and features in the climactic scene of award winning independent film, "Counter-Clockwise," directed by George Moïse.
Granner continues 2019 with back-to-back Rodolfos at West Bay Opera and Opera Santa Barbara, Jacopo in Giuseppe Verdi’s early opera “I Due Foscari” again with West Bay Opera, then two world premieres at Opera Parallele ("Today it Rains," by Laura Kaminsky with Mark Campbell & Kimberly Reed) and at Long Beach Opera ("The Central Park Five" by Anthony Davis with Richard Wesley). in the spring.