Since graduating from the University of Southern California with degrees in French horn and voice, Jonathan
Mack's career as a lyric tenor has taken him throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia as a recital, concert,
and opera singer.
For four years he lived in Germany with his family where he was the leading lyric tenor
for the opera houses of Kiel and Dortmund. His guest engagements took him throughout West Germany and
Mack was recently heard as a soloist with the Angeles Chorale when he delivered
a superb Evangelist in the Passion According to Saint John.
Now in his seventeenth season with the Los Angeles Opera, he has performed over forty
roles, including Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte, Kudrjas in Janacek's Katya Kabanova, Quint in Britten's Turn
of the Screw and Orpheus in Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld. This season Mr. Mack appeared
in Puccini's Fanciulla del West.
His concert work has included concerts with the London Symphony Angeles Philharmonic,
and the Minnesota Orchestra with conductors including Giulini, Mehta, Previn, Boulez, Rattle, Hogwood, and Tilson-Thomas.
Joanathan is in demand as a studio singer and can be heard on numerous soundtracks, including
Jurassic Park, Amistad, Anastasia, and Dinosaurs.
Mr. Mack is on the voice faculties at the University of Southern California, Chapman University, and California
State University at Long Beach. He is featured soloist on six recordings, most recently on a Crystal CD: John Biggs' Songs
of Laughter, Love, and Tears.