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"Recondita amronia" from Tosca

"Drew Slatton sang Don Jose with thrilling high notes, which he obviously relished singing, with a steely vocal timbre. In the last act, especially, he sang and acted superbly.”

-Marilyn Farwell, The Register-Guard

Drew Slatton



Career highlights have included Radames in AIDA with Orlando Opera, Connecticut Opera, OperaDelaware, Nevada Opera, Sacramento Opera, Phoenix Opera, and Pensacola Opera; Cavaradossi in TOSCA, Canio in PAGLIACCI, and Luigi in IL TABARRO with Connecticut Opera; Des Grieux in MANON with Arizona Opera; Pollione in NORMA with Hawaii Opera Theatre; the title role in LES CONTES D'HOFFMANN with Des Moines Metro Opera and 

Augusta Opera; Pinkerton in MADAMA BUTTERFLY with Orlando Opera and Lyric Opera of San Antonio; Don José in CARMEN with Nevada Opera, Pensacola Opera, Syracuse Opera, Cedar Rapids Opera Theatre, the West Virginia Symphony, and the Teatro Lìrico di Bari; Manrico in IL TROVATORE with Opera Illinois, Opera North, and Mobile Opera; Cavaradossi in TOSCA with Nevada Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, and Syracuse Opera; Calaf in TURANDOT with OperaDelaware; the title role in ANDREA CHÉNIER, Cavaradossi in TOSCA, and Tamino in THE MAGIC FLUTE with Pensacola Opera; the title role in ANDREA CHÉNIER and Turridu in CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA with Mobile Opera; Canio in PAGLIACCI and Macduff in MACBETH with Syracuse Opera; Moby in Pouhé's PANTOMIME with Toledo Opera; Canio in PAGLIACCI and Turiddu in CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA with Treasure Coast Opera; Dick Johnson in LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST with Abilene Opera; the title role in DON CARLOS with Boston Bel Canto Opera; the title role in WERTHER and Roberto in Puccini's LE VILLI with Dicapo Opera Theatre; Edgardo in LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR with Opera at Florham; and Des Grieux in MANON LESCAUT with Houston's Opera in the Heights. Concert highlights have included the VERDI REQUIEM with the Roanoke Symphony; appearances with the Brooklyn Philharmonic, the West Virginia Symphony, the Toledo Symphony, the National Chorale, and the New Jersey State Opera; and appearances at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and Alice Tully Hall, among others.

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