“clearly revealed as one of the finest Don G’s of our era”

February 5th, 2020

Lucas Meachem sang the title role at Lyric Opera of Chicago’s fall production of Don Giovanni as a last-minute replacement. He starred alongside Matthew Rose, Amanda Majeski, Rachel Willis-Sørenson, and Benjamin Bliss with James Gaffigan conducting. Read below reviews of his riveting performance: “Lucas Meachem, who is completely convincing as Giovanni both vocally and dramatically. (…)


Update: Don Giovanni at Chicago Lyric

November 1st, 2019

Lucas Meachem will star as the title role in Don Giovanni for 6 performances at the Chicago Lyric Opera. He will be replacing Russian bass Ildar Abdrazakhov. The production is of Robert Falls and James Gaffigan will conduct. Lucas has previously sung the role at Dresden Semperoper, Santa Fe Opera, San Francisco Opera, and Cincinnati (…)


San Francisco Opera Opening Night

September 20th, 2019

For the 97th season of San Francisco Opera, opening night consisted of an exhilarating production of “Roméo et Juliette” with a stellar cast. Nadine Sierra and Pene Pati starred as the tragic lovers and Lucas Meachem sang the role of Mercutio. Yves Abel masterfully conducted and Jean-Louis Grinda directed. Lucas received the following acclaim: “Baritone (…)


2019/20 Season Announcement

September 19th, 2019

Lucas Meachem released his upcoming operatic season dates and venues. His season includes two house debuts at Opera de Montréal and Teatro Regio di Torino, four role debuts, and performances with Opera national de Paris, Dallas Opera, Prague Philharmonia, San Francisco Opera, and Chicago Lyric. Follow this page for more info.


Last-Minute Replacement at Bilbao Opera

June 9th, 2019

For their production of Bizet’s “Les Pecheurs de perles” at the Opera de Bilbao, Lucas stepped in for ailing colleague Mariusz Kwiecen in the role of Zurga. The four performances also included tenor Javier Camarena and soprano Maria Jose Moreno. This was Lucas’ debut at the prominent house and this second time performing the role. (…)