Timothy Lupia

Actor

Timothy Lupia is an American tenor, performing operatic roles, concerts, and original songs. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, he balances life as a professional performer and teacher. His charismatic conduct has delighted audiences in such roles as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte, Chevalier de la Force in Dialogues des Carmélites, and Alfred in Die Fledermaus. He has sung with Central City Opera, Seagle Festival, CoOPERAtive, and Penn Square Music Festival. His sundry repertoire also includes roles in new American operas such as Dallas in Service Provider. In the summer of 2021, he performed in the world premiere of Robert Carl’s Harmony in the role of Mark Twain. Timothy is the tenor section leader at Pine Street Presbyterian Church in Harrisburg, PA. He has sung recitals including works by Schumann, Finzi, and Heggie. Timothy serves as a contributing faculty member at Dickinson College. He is also an English teacher at East Pennsboro Area School District. Timothy received his bachelor’s degrees in Music and Economics at Lebanon Valley College, and he received his master’s degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy at Westminster Choir College. In February 2021, he released an EP, Sunshine, as the musical project, Lupia. Instagram: @lupiamusic

Timothy Lupia