Zachary Devin


“Tenor Zachary Devin didn’t let his too-obviously-fake nose get in the way of his portrayal of the buffoonish Dr. Caius, and sang and acted strongly.”
— Sarah Bryan Miller

“The lyric tenor of Zachary Devin's Ferrando floated, as unforced as his comedy, deftly treading the line between comedy and drama, a gift rare in singers, even among tenors.” — John Lanigan O-Keefe

“Zachary Devin and Philippa Murray were superb as Hugh and Mary, both singing in the strong, impassioned but unshowy way that Vaughan Williams would have wanted.” — David Chandler, Opera Today


American Tenor Zachary Devin began his vocal studies at the young age of sixteen in his hometown of Robinson, IL, Mr. Devin’s voice has been praised as “superb”,“strong”, and “impassioned” by Opera Today.

After receiving degrees in music from Millikin University and the prestigious Rice University Mr. Devin traveled to London where he studied at the famous Royal Academy of Music.

Mr. Devin made his London stage debut as Jupiter in Hampstead Garden Opera’s production of Handel’s Semele in 2012 and then made his European debut in Budapest as Peter Quint in Britten’s Turn of The Screw. Mr. Devin returned to the United States where he quickly became a prominent figure in the St Louis music scene, appearing with Winter Opera St Louis, Union Avenue Opera, and the St Louis Symphony Chorus.

Mr. Devin is also an experienced and sought after recitalist having performed a variety of repertoire both in the US and abroad. Including Britten's Serenade for Horn and Tenor, The Winter Words, Schumann's Dichterliebe, and Lili Boulanger's Clairières dans le ciel." Future engagements include Cassio with Winter Opera St. Louis.

April 6th & 8th, 2017
Nashville Opera - Remandado in Carmen


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