The much-acclaimed American baritone was the 2020 recipient of Washington National Opera’s Marian Anderson Vocal Award, and was prominently featured at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis in 2021. This season, Liverman returned to the Metropolitan Opera to star in Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones (company premiere). At the Met, he will also reprise his portrayals of Horemhab in Akhnaten and Papageno in The Magic Flute. Among other Met credits is Malcolm Fleet in Nico Muhly’s Marnie (American premiere). Liverman’s new opera, The Factotum, written with DJ/recording artist JK Rico, is being developed in partnership with Lyric Opera of Chicago and that company’s Ryan Opera Center, of which Liverman is an alumnus. Among his recent credits are Silvio in Pagliacci (Denver), Schaunard in La bohème (TDO, Santa Fe, Philadelphia), the Pilot in The Little Prince (Tulsa), and Dizzy Gillespie in Charlie Parker’s Yardbird (Philadelphia world premiere, subsequent performances in London, Chicago, Madison, and New York). Newly released is Liverman’s first album, Dreams of a New Day—Songs by Black Composers.