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Tom Sitzler Named General Director, ALTER EGO CHAMBER OPERA

Alter Ego Chamber Opera (AECO) is an emerging, Philadelphia-based chamber opera company which performs new and reimagined works, endeavoring to serve as a catalyst for change, bringing intimate, experimental opera theatre to the region.

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Tom Sitzler singing with arms open wide, dramatically-lit in dark clothing.

Vocal Artists Management Service presents its Fourteenth Season Artist Showcase in Review

The famous Act II duet between Violetta and Germont (also La Traviata) received a thoroughly masterful characterization from baritone Tom Sitzler, who sang this unlikeable character with mature and beautiful sonority. His partner, soprano Virginie Besson (emerging artist), had a wonderful dramatic feeling, but hers was the wrong voice type for the role. Mr. Sitzler […]

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Tom Sitzler, baritone, wearing a tuxedo and leaning casually with his elbow on a counter, hands clasped and a neutral expression.

Opera Festival - "Finding Home"

Artistic Director Chris Fecteau explains: “The theme of ‘Finding Home’ resonates through all three operas. Each protagonist, Ulisse, Mélisande, and Juana, is seeking safe haven among strangers and the freedom to live their own lives to the fullest. It is especially exciting to be presenting the premiere of Juana, a Spanish language opera which celebrates […]

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Daring Pairing Doubles the Fun by Pacific Opera Project

"Tom Sitzler took complete ownership of Schicchi’s Simone, his well-modulated and personable baritone imparting much pleasure. His generous, pliable delivery also made the most of his brief scene as he tortured L’enfant as a particularly solid-voiced Arm Chair."

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Screenshot from Painted Sky Opera's tribute video to honor 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing.

Painted Sky Opera releases virtual choir tribute to honor 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing

As previously reported, the professional opera company released the online choir performance Sunday as a benefit the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.  The video features many of the performers who have been featured in Painted Sky's productions over the years singing "O God Beyond All Praising," composed by Gustav Holst and arranged by Richard […]

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