Eric has been in the opera world news a lot this year, what with his recent Doctor in Wozzeck at Santa Fe, and his Alberich at the Met this spring. He’s wedging in our concert between Santa Fe and a Tanglewood concert with the BSO, and DC-area audiences will get a chance to hear him again this fall in recital with the Vocal Arts Society.
We saw him at The Barns as Alidoro in La cenerentola (at left), Achilla in Giulio Cesare, the Father in the Mozart/Griffiths Jewel Box and Masetto (!) in Don Giovanni. And he was a commanding Sarastro in The Magic Flute at the Filene Center.
On August 24, he’ll sing King Phillip’s powerful aria from Verdi’s Don Carlo – an opera not heard on the Filene Center stage since the Met toured it there in 1979.
Opera’s Greatest Hits
Featuring 14 Alumni of the WTOC
Wednesday, August 24 at 8pm
Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts