Friday, February 4, 2011

The Taming of Teddy

Teddy Tahu Rhodes
 Kiwi Barihunk Teddy Tahu Rhodes was recently featured in the Macarthur Chronicle in anticipation of his upcoming performances. From February 4-11 the 6'5" singer will be singing Beethoven's An die ferne Geliebte and a group of Roald Dahl-esque children's songs by Richard Rodney Bennett. Rhodes will be joined by the Australian Chamber Orchestra, who will also perfrom Maheler's famed Adagietto (surely to calm down the beating hearts of Rhodes' ardent fans). Visit the ACO website for additional concert information.

Here is the article, titled "The Taming of Teddy":

Described by some of his more excitable fans as the Brad Pitt of opera, New Zealand baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes certainly has plenty of stage presence.

But it’s not just the muscles, shaved head and good looks that legions of female opera fans are tweeting and blogging about.

The New Zealand baritone also has a passion for his craft and a voice that gets better as he gets older - and his hair thins. [Continued HERE].

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