Trevore Ross made his LA Opera debut as the stage director of Carmen, the opening production of the 2013/14 season. He returned to direct The Barber of Seville in 2015 and The Magic Flute in 2016. Upcoming engagements include Handel's Alexander's Feast with the Los Angeles Master Chorale. Over the past few seasons, notable directing engagements have included Aida for the Atlanta Opera and Opera Carolina, Rigoletto at the Opera Company of North Carolina, Otello at Opera Carolina, L’Italiana in Algeri for Palm Beach Opera, as well as The Marriage of Figaro for Atlanta Opera and Faust at Opera New Jersey. He currently serves on the assistant directing staff of LA Opera and has worked on such notable productions as Tamerlano with Placido Domingo, The Turk in Italy, The Two Foscari, and the world premiere of Il Postino by the composer Daniel Catan, a production he later associate directed for its European premiere at Vienna’s Theater an der Wien. In the 2013/14 season he returned to LA Opera for productions of The Magic Flute, Billy Budd, and Thais, as well as returning to Theater an der Wien for a revival of The Two Foscari.