James Callon is rapidly establishing himself as an important voice in opera. He has sung on the main stage for LA Opera, Rogue Opera, Tulsa Opera, and Opera San Jose, where he has just concluded a two-‐year residency. As Opera San Jose's resident tenor, Mr. Callon graced the mainstage in no less than eight full productions, including the critically acclaimed 2014 remount of Madama Butterfly in which “Resident tenor, James Callon, is a perfectly awful BF Pinkerton (in the best way possible) with an amazing voice, as usual.” Cynthia Corral, San Jose Metblogs. Additional mainstage credits include: debuts with LA Opera, Tulsa Opera, and Rogue Opera as Giuseppe, Gastone, and Alfredo in La Traviata, respectively; Tenor Vassal in Götterdämmerung with LA Opera; Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi with Intimate Opera; Rodolfo in La Bohéme as a guest artist with U.C. Irvine; Tamino in The Magic Flute as a guest artist with Biola University; Howard Bucher in Dead Man Walking with Tulsa Opera; and Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore with Rogue Opera. An accomplished concert artist, Mr. Callon has sung with various symphonies and chamber groups. Recent concert credits include: Beethoven's 9th Symphony with Cypress College, Schubert’s Nachthelle for the Jacaranda Music Society, Handel's Messiah with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, and Mozart’s Requiem with The Los Angeles Philharmonic.