Romanas Kudriašovas

Romanas KudriašovasLithuanian baritone Romanas Kudriašovas, a recent London National Opera Studio alumnus has been described by The Telegraph as having a voice with shades of Alan Rickman in speech and John Shirley-Quirk in song — [that] certainly catches the ear.”

This season Mr. Kudriašovas returns to the Baroque Opera Theatre of Lithuania as Polyphemus in Handel’s ACIS AND GALATEA and as Corydon, Winter and Hymen in Purcell’s THE FAIRY QUEEN. He will also be travelling to Italy to perform the role of Tiburzio in the world premiere performances and DVD production of Belluci’s IL GATTO CON GLI STIVALI at the Nuovo Teatro Araldo in Turin.  As a recitalist he presents a new programme dedicated to the renowned 20th century baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, celebrating his astonishing career.

Recent engagements have included a re-invitation for a third performance of Amy Lane’s production of TOSCA, singing the role of Sagrestano, starring Sir Bryn Terfel as Scarpia and Ms Kristine Opolais as Tosca at the International Eisteddfod festival in Llangollen, the production being previously performed at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff and the Royal Liverpool philharmonic hall. In his reference Sir Bryn Terfel has described Romanas as  “incredibly well prepared“ and  “an excellent colleague“, saying that “style and interpretation was evident“ and “his beautiful  baritone voice was well suited to the role“.

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