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Ryan Speedo Green Featured on 60 Minutes

Ryan Speedo Green sat down with Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes to talk about his life, career, and the value of never letting one moment define your entire life.

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2018 - 2019 Season Announced! 

Ryan Speedo Green Awarded the 2018 Marian Anderson Vocal Prize 

This year’s winner, Ryan Speedo Green, has been named by the New York Times as a “scene-stealing bass-baritone with a robust voice.”... 

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Das Rheingold at Wiener Staatsoper 

As Fasolt, Ryan Speedo Green sings bel canto-like phrases  when cheering on the goddess Freia.

Wilhelm Sinkovicz, Die Presse

Semiramide at The Metropolitan Opera 

The fast-rising bass-baritone Ryan Speedo Green was stylish and stentorian as the high priest Oroe. 

Alex Ross, The New Yorker 

Presiding over the whole drama, at beginning and end and at key moments along the way, was the imposing physical and vocal presence of bass-baritone Ryan Speedo Green as the high priest Oroe. In a plot swirling with conspiracies, mistaken identities, and love triangles and polygons, Green’s steady performance provided a gods’-eye view. 

David Wright, New York Classical Review

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