Kevin Vortmann makes his San Francisco Symphony debut at these performances. He appeared in the Broadway revival of A Little Night Music and his other New York credits include On the Town, Applause, Face the Music, Lost in the Stars, Fiorello!, Stairway to Paradise, and Juno with New York City Center’s Encores! Series, and the off-Broadway productions of Death Takes a Holiday and For Lovers Only. At Carnegie Hall he appeared in Bernstein’s Mass (which he also performed at the Kennedy Center with the Baltimore Symphony), Showboat, and Mother Russia. Mr. Vortmann’s other credits include the national tour of Camelot, and the roles of Chris in Miss Saigon at Drury Lane Oakbrook and the Arvada Center, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls with North Shore Music Theatre, Dan in Next to Normal at Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Enjolras in Les Misérables with Pioneer Theatre Company, Steven Kodaly in She Loves Me at Alpine Theatre Project, and Young Thompson in Glory Denied with UrbanArias. He also appeared as soloist with the Omaha Symphony. Mr. Vortmann is the recipient of the Colorado Theatre Guild’s Henry Award and Detroit’s Oscar Wilde Award. He holds a bachelor of music in vocal performance from Northwestern University. For more information, visit kevinvortmann.com.