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Andrè Schuen
“Subtle Colours and Responsibility to the Audience” Baritone Andrè Schuen found his way to singing, in his own words, ‘quite late on’. Growing up playing the cello in his small hometown of La Val, nestled in Northern Italy at the
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Laurence Kilsby
‘All I care about is making good music and singing it well’ Young British tenor Laurence Kilsby is no stranger to success: having won first prizes at the 2023 Heidelburger Frühling Festspiele’s “Das Lied”, 2022 Wigmore Hall/Bollinger International Song and
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Lorena Paz Nieto
‘So Much to Discover’ UK-based Spanish soprano Lorena Paz Nieto is equally at home in the worlds of opera and song. As well as already landing leading roles in operas by Donizetti, Mozart, Handel, and Britten, Lorena is a previous
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Nicholas Mulroy
Communicate Something Somehow to Everyone All the Time Tenor Nicholas Mulroy started his singing career in his native Liverpool’s cathedral choir, and after a hiatus from singing in his teen years, joined the chapel choir of Clare College, Cambridge, where
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Raoul Steffani
‘Breathe And Be In the Moment’ Young Dutch Baritone Raoul Steffani is preparing for his debut at Dutch National Opera, singing in Operetta Land by Steef de Jong, and has recently given performances including a tour with the Orchestra of
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Fatma Said
What do the Argentine tango, French poetry, and Beyoncé all have in common? If you said that they all brim with passion, you’d be right; but they’re all also things that inspire Fatma Said in her work. Fatma Said Sings
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Philippe Sly
I talk to French-Canadian bass-baritone Philippe Sly just before his final appearance as Leporello in a run of Don Giovanni at the Wiener Staatsoper. Hailing from Ottawa, Philippe won first prize at the renowned Concours Musical International de Montréal, and
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Joshua Hopkins
Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia – Largo al Factotum (Joshua Hopkins) Canadian Baritone Joshua Hopkins has developed a career as one of the leading young singers of his generation, performing regularly at the Metropolitan Opera, Houston Grand Opera, and the
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