The acclaimed tenor shares his thoughts on performing Ricciardo e Zoraide, what it’s like to sing Rossini, the joys and comedy inherent in being a professional in the opera world, and more!
Q. Your appearance as Idreno at the Met was not the first time you had sung this role, from what we understand. Apparently you did it in Hamburg in 1985. Was that a concert version, or was it… Read More
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“From the fast paced cadenzas to the slow flowing cantilenas. I could listen to Rossini all day and never be bored. ”