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Frederick Burchinal

Frederick Burchinal is a veteran American baritone and longtime person in New York’s Metropolitan Opera Organization. He studied in the Juilliard College of Music. While there, he sang the part of Gamba in Virgil Thomson’s opera Lord Byron at its globe premiere from the Juilliard American Opera Middle in the Juilliard theatre, Lincoln Middle. In 1974, he became a member of the roster in the Metropolitan and sings leading baritone parts, like the name tasks in Verdi’s Rigoletto and Nabucco, Amonasro in the same composer’s Aida and Iago in Otello, Scarpia in Puccini’s Tosca, Gollaud in Debussy’s Pelleas et Melisande, and Henry Gatz in THE FANTASTIC Gatsby. On recordings, he offers sung standard tasks and a leading component in Kurt Weill’s Die Burgschaft.

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