American bass Evan Boyer has performed with some of the most prominent operatic and orchestral organizations, conductors, and directors, both nationally and internationally. Since graduating from the Lyric Opera of Chicago's Ryan Opera Center in the spring of 2013, Boyer has performed with Canadian Opera Company, LA Opera, Seattle Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Palm Beach Opera, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia, the Houston Symphony and many others. 2016 highlights include a debut with Cincinnati Opera as Angelotti in Tosca and a recital for the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts. In 2015, Boyer performed Ramfis in Aida and Lo Zio Bonzo in Madama Butterfly with Wolf Trap Opera; returned to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for the world premiere of Christopher Theofanidis's Creation/Creator with Robert Spano; debuted in Mozart's Requiem with Jaap van Zweden at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, both in Dallas and at the Bravo Vail Festival; sang Armchair/Tree in L'enfant et les sortilèges with Seiji Ozawa on tour in his Ongaku-Juku Festival in Japan; and performed Colline in La bohème with Palm Beach Opera. Boyer received his Master of Music in Opera from the Curtis Institute of Music, where he was heard as Enobarbus in Antony and Cleopatra, Conte Rodolfo in La sonnambula, Leporello in Don Giovanni, King René in Tchaikovsky's Iolanta, Doktor in Wozzeck, Trulove in The Rake's Progress; Barone Trombonok in Il viaggio a Reims, Bartolo in Le nozze di Figaro and José Tripaldi in Golijov's Ainadamar.