Jerome A. Hines is an American double bass opera that performed at the Metropolitan Opera from 1946 to 1987. His 6'6 position, stage presence and standard voice make him ideal for roles like Sarastro in flute, Méphistophélès in Faust, Ramfis d'Aida, Grand Inquisitor in Don Carlos, as principal in Boris Godunov and King Mark in Tristan und Isolde
Bass opera singer with the Metropolitan Opera who appeared in hundreds of performances over more than four decades.
He was rejected from his junior high school glee club because his deep voice did not blend well with the rest the group.
He did not start performing in operas until some years after graduating college, spending the years between teaching chemistry at UCLA and working for an oil company.
He was born in Jerome Albert Link Heinz in Hollywood, California.
Beverly Sills was another well-known opera singer.
- American theorists who save lives
- The bass of American musicals
- Low operating
Latest information about Jerome Hines updated on May 18 2021.