Jordan
Rutter

Countertenor
Jordan Rutter
(They/Them) New York City-based countertenor Jordan Rutter enjoys a career embracing opera, concert repertoire, and contemporary work.
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Next Gen: Threshold of Brightness
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Beth Morrison Projects
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Jordan Rutter

New York City-based countertenor Jordan Rutter enjoys a career embracing opera, concert repertoire, and contemporary work. Last season, Mr. Rutter made his joint company and role debut with Chicago Opera Theater as the principal character of Doodle in Stefan Weisman and David Coté’s critically acclaimed The Scarlet Ibis in the work’s 2019 Chicago premiere. In the fall of 2019, Mr. Rutter joined the roster of On Site Opera to sing the role of Miles in The Turn of the Screw. In 2020, Mr. Rutter makes his American Lyric Theater debut in a workshop of The Opposable Thumb (Ugay / Crouch), joins Cerddorion as the Sorceress in Dido & Aeneas, returns to the AOP / NYU Opera Writing Workshop and makes his Fort Worth Opera debut workshopping the role of Nero in Jim Lowe and Kelley Rourke’s new adaptation of Poppea.   Dedicated to the creation and performance of new music, Mr. Rutter has developed the roles of Lola (Legendary, Rubinstein / Kim), Kyle (Three Way, Paterson / Coté), and the title role of Ashima (Jing Jing Luo) with The American Opera Project. Since 2018, Mr. Rutter has worked with students and alumni of NYU Tisch School of the Arts to develop and perform short operas presented as The Dinner Party Operas and The Stonewall Operas.    Additional highlights of Mr. Rutter’s operatic activity include Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Opera on the Avalon, and the role of Le fils de Macduff in the American French-language premiere of Ernest Bloch’s Macbeth.   Mr. Rutter’s oratorio credits include Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, and Bernstein’s

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