In the 2014-2015 season, highlights for baritone Colin Levin include appearing as Taddeo in L’italiana in Algeri with Opera Company of Middlebury; as the Businessman in Rachel Portman’s The Little Prince with Opera Fayetteville, where he appeared last season as The Steward in John Dove’s Flight, and returning to Fargo-Moorhead Opera in La Fille du Regiment. He also appeared as a concert artist throughout the region, and previously covered Victor and The Producer in the world premier of The Poe Project: Buried Alive and Embedded. Recent performance highlights include Mr. Lindquist in A Little Night Music at the Castleton Festival, Baden-Baden 1927 with Gotham Chamber Opera (cover), the baritone soloist in Mozart’s Requiem with the Tanglewood Youth Symphony and Chorus under the baton of Ken-David Mazur, and Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia with both Bel Cantanti Opera and Winter Opera St. Louis. Colin made his Jordan Hall debut as Manfred Lewin in the East Coast professional premier of Jake Heggie’s staged song cycle for baritone and ensemble, For a Look or a Touch, with the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus. Colin has additionally appeared with the Ensemble for the Romantic Century, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, in solo concerts with both the Salem Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hillyer Festival Orchestra, and with the late Opera Boston, where he most notably covered the title role in Hindemith’s Cardillac. Colin has participated in many young artist programs, including the Caramoor Music Festival, a two-year Studio Artist program with Opera New Jersey, and with St. Petersburg Opera and the Sugar Creek Opera.