Three Way comes to the Brooklyn Academy of Music

We are only one month away from our NYC premiere of Robert Paterson and David Cote's evening of one act operatic comedies, 
Three Way! The crowds loved us in Nashville and now's your chance to get in on the fun. Grab your tickets here.

American Modern Ensemble Presents VOICE OF AMERICA

Voice of America takes place on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 8:00 pm at Merkin Concert Hall, and, through a co-presentation with ChamberMusicNY, is free. The program features singers Marnie Breckenridge, soprano; Jordan Rutter, countertenor; Samuel Levine, tenor; and Wes Mason, baritone, along with AME members Esther Noh and Victoria Paterson, violin; Orlando Wells, viola; Peter Sachon, cello; Aaron Irwin, winds; Matt Ward, percussion; and Geoffrey Burleson, piano.
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Wes to return to st. louis for Carousel directed by ken page

This summer, Wes will return to Union Avenue Opera to once again portray the carnival barker Billy Bigelow in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel. The show will be directed by Ken Page (A Nightmare Before Christmas, Cats, Ain't Misbehavin') and conducted by Scott Schoonover (Doubt, Tosca, Deadman Walking). Wes was last seen at Union Avenue Opera as Father Flynn in their enthusiastically received production of Cuomo and Shanley's Doubt. Visit Union Avenue Opera to learn more!

Wrapped first supporting television role

Wes wrapped filming for his first supporting television role! Watch out soon for season 2 of Six Degrees of Murder on Investigation Discovery.

"A powerful, smooth voice..." Curly in Oklahoma!

"Kicking off the introduction of the soloists in the show with a fantastic rendition of “Oh what a Beautiful Morning” is Curly played by Wes Mason. You hear Mason’s voice before you see him. A powerful, smooth voice that hits all the right notes in all the right places. Mason nailed the dialect throughout then show never missing a beat, all that and he looked great in chaps! Not an easy task. He is a very handsome young man using his dynamic personality to win the love of Katie Dixon who plays Laurey." -MD Theatre Guide. Read more here.

Oklahoma! in Annapolis!

Wes joins Maryland Live Arts for a concert version of Oklahoma! and his third career run as Curly McClain. Here is a brief preview from dress rehearsal.



The reviews are rolling in for Paterson and Cote's Three Way at Nashville Opera and the show was met with a standing ovation and roars from its opening night crowd!

Schmopera says Wes Mason possesses a "powerful, expressive baritone," while The Tennessean reports that "Wes Mason brings a nice everyman quality to Dax, the software technician."

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In Review: Three Way
Nashville premieres intriguing 'Three Way'

Behind the scenes of The Companion

Check out the newest rehearsal footage from act I of Three Way with Nashville Public Television's Arts Break: "Three Way is making its world premiere with the Nashville Opera at TPAC's Polk Theatre, January 27 thru 29th. Three Way is composed of three comedic one act operas, The Companion, Safe Word and Masquerade. The one acts hang together cohesively, exploring the themes of sex, love, loneliness and connection in our modern technological age."

Wes Mason stars in the world premiere of Three Way

Wes Mason takes on the role of Dax in The Companion and Larry in Masquerade in Three Way, a trio of comic operas, for its WORLD PREMIERE January 27-29 at Tennessee Performing Arts Center's James K. Polk Theater with Nashville Opera.

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"Union Avenue Opera has grown steadily over the years — and steadily more adventurous. August’s production of 'Doubt,' by composer Douglas J. Cuomo and librettist John Patrick Shanley, was an example of that. It boasted the great Christine Brewer as Sister Aloysius (the role she created in Minnesota Opera’s original production), the amazing young mezzo-soprano Melody Wilson as Mrs. Miller, mezzo Elise Quagliata as Sister James and baritone Wes Mason as Father Flynn. Company director Scott Schoonover conducted; Tim Ocel was the director." -St. Louis Post-Dispatch