Robert Mack (tenor) completed his undergraduate studies at Yankton Conservatory of Music and Mannes College of Music. He has received great reviews for his powerful but sweet lyric tenor voice, throughout the US and Europe. He has performed principal roles with noted theater and opera companies such as Houston Grand Opera, New York City Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Budapest Opera, Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, the Royal Danish Opera, Opéra Française de New York, Toledo Opera, Nashville Opera, Opera Carolina, the Opera Company of Philadelphia, the Springfield Symphony, the Paris Bastille, and the Teatro Real in Spain, and has spent several seasons on the roster of the Metropolitan Opera.
He performs tenor solos with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Company in Revelations, Irish Repertory Theatre's production of the Dead, 1904, and has performed in Spoleto Festival’s premiere of Amistad. Mr. Mack has performed on Broadway in Smokey Joe’s Café and 3 Mo’ Tenors. He has been the tenor soloist in the Verdi’s Requiem, Mozart Requiem, Elijah, the Seven Last Words, and other notable oratorios. He recently performed the role of Frederick Douglass in the new musical Common Ground and the title role of Emmett Till. Mr. Mack is very proud to be the general director and founder of Opera Noire International.