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Tenor Zach Borichevsky is “equipped with a flexible, bright voice that already has made him one of the most sought-after singers of his generation.” Mr. Borichevsky is known as a “star-level tenor” with “precise, nuanced high-register singing and agile acting,” paired with a “magical sense of complete spontaneity that comes from being in total command of the instrument.” A series of significant débuts has established Mr. Borichevsky as one of the most thrilling vocal talents to appear on the international stage. He has created widely celebrated international performances in La bohème (Rodolfo) with Finnish National Opera, Roméo et Juliette (Romeo) for Teatro Municipal de Santiago in Chile, and La traviata (Alfredo) for the Glyndebourne Festival. Early in the 2022-23 Season, Mr. Borichevsky stepped into the lead role in Faust for Detroit Opera. He recently expanded his repertoire to include this role, having joined the Lyric Opera of Chicago to cover the role in their 2022 production, in addition to performing in Salome (Narraboth) with the Spoleto Festival, USA. In the 2021-22 Season, he also performed in Die Fledermaus (Eisenstein) for Palm Beach Opera, reprised his role in La traviata (Alfredo) for Opera Grand Rapids, Otello (Cassio) for Washington National Opera, and La bohème (Rodolfo) with Toledo Opera. In concert, he sang the tenor solo in Verdi’s Requiem for the National Philharmonic at the Kennedy Center and recorded a virtual Messiah with New Choral Society. Last season, Mr. Borichevsky reprised his performance in La bohème (Rodolfo) for Nashville Opera and returned to Aspen Music Festival as a soloist in Berlioz’s Requiem. In April of 2022, Mr. Borichevsky sang La traviata (Alfredo) for Toledo Opera with his wife Kathryn Lewek as Violetta.