British tenor Adam Smith makes his Seattle Opera debut as Don José in CARMEN. In his famous "Flower Song" this deeply conflicted young man tries to explain to Carmen his experience of going to prison for her sake, obsessing about her, trying to make himself hate her, but finally giving up and admitting to himself that all he wants is to be hers entirely. Giacomo Sagripanti conducts the orchestra of Seattle Opera. Photo by Philip Newton.

Live recording of È la solita storia del pastore from Cilea's L'arlesiana sung by Adam Smith
Aria of Pinkerton from Act 3 of Madama Butterfly by Puccini. Tenor - Adam Smith Piano - Laurent Philippe

Live recording during the first round of the 2016 International Moniuszko Singing Competition. Aria - Ella mi fu rapita..... Parmi veder le lagrime from Rigoletto by Verdi Tenor - Adam Smith Piano - Anna Marchwinska

During a rare quiet moment near a city cigarette factory, guardhouse soldier Don José (tenor Adam Smith) receives a kiss and a letter from his mother, delivered by county girl Micaëla (soprano Emily Dorn). Bizet's classic CARMEN plays through May 19, 2019 at McCaw Hall.