General and Artistic Director of The Atlanta Opera since 2013, his work has been presented by prestigious opera houses around the world, including The Metropolitan Opera, the opera companies of Israel, Buenos Aires, Wexford, Glimmerglass, Houston, Washington National Opera, and Seattle, as well as leading educational institutes and universities such as The Juilliard School, Indiana University, Boston University, and IVAI in Tel Aviv. Zvulun’s work at The Atlanta Opera attracted international attention by earning numerous awards and prizes including the nomination of The Atlanta Opera for the International Opera Awards in London and the selection of his production of Silent Night as both the Irish Times and AJC production of the year. His focus on innovation led to an invitation to deliver a TED talk as well as a case study that is being taught at Harvard Business School. Upcoming productions include Madame Butterfly (Atlanta), The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs (Salt Lake City, Calgary), Maria de Buenos Aires (San Antonio), and Das Rheingold and Die Walküre (Atlanta).
Tomer Zvulun at The Dallas Opera:
Die Fledermaus (2008/2009, debut)
La bohéme (2018/2019)