With a voice described as having a “rich vocal range full of inviting nuance,” Malcolm MacKenzie is quickly capturing attention in the dramatic baritone repertoire. Current engagements include Peter in Hansel and Gretel with San Diego Opera, and a return to North Carolina Opera as Scarpia in Tosca. Recent engagements for MacKenzie have included Rigoletto with North Carolina Opera; Scarpia in Tosca with Opera Omaha; Roger Chillingworth in Opera Colorado’s world premiere of The Scarlet Letter; his Metropolitan Opera debut as Dancaïre in Carmen; Stubb in Moby-Dick with Pittsburgh Opera and Los Angeles Opera; George in Of Mice and Men with Phoenicia Festival; the title role in Simon Boccanegra with Kentucky Opera; and Il Trovatore with Fort Worth Opera. On the concert stage, MacKenzie has been the baritone soloist for Carmina Burana, most recently with New West Symphony; the Symphony Orchestra of the University of California, Davis; and the Savannah Symphony.