Mr. Mack’s career highlights include: Puccini’s Messa di Gloria, Beppe in Il Pagliacci with New York City Opera and Opera Carolina, Remus in Treemonisha with The Collegiate Chorale, Snake/Vain Man in The Little Prince with New York City Opera, Fenton in Falstaff, Alfredo in La Traviata with The Martina Arroyo Foundation, Goro in Madama Butterfly, Goopy in Haroun and the Sea of Stories, Remendado in Carmen, the Ballad Singer in Of Mice and Men, Pong in Turandot, Don Curzio in The Marriage of Figaro, Spoletta in Tosca, Second Shepherd in Daphne, Arturo in Lucia Di Lammermoor and Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi all with New York City Opera. Mr. Mack debuted the role of Sportin' Life in Porgy and Bess with New York City Opera and Opera Carolina. He recorded the role of Sportin' Life with The Nasvhville Symphony on Decca Records. Mr. Mack has toured with the Nationally claimed "Three Mo' Tenors" and in addition has made important appearances at the following Opera companies: Houston Grand Opera, Opera Company of Philadelphia and Indianapolis Opera. He sang the role of John/William Still in She Never Lost A Passenger with Syracuse Opera. He was also a featured tenor soloist for The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre's signature work, Revelations. In past seasons he made debuts with Houston Grand Opera; Bastille in Paris and the Teatro Real in Spain, as well as, Italy, Germany, Japan, and Luxembourg. Mr. Mack toured with Broadways National and European tour of Smokey Joe's Café directed by Jerry Zaks, and in 2002 he was directed by Stewart Lane in the production of Ain't MisBehavin. Robert enjoys involvement with The New York Festival of Song, American Opera Projects and is co-founder of Opera Noire of New York.