Sunday, December 6, 2015

Introducing barihunk Tyler Resto

Tyler Resto
Tyler Resto, who is a freshman at the University of Cincinnati–College-Conservatory of Music, is one of the youngest singers that we've featured on the site. But he's showing early signs of being an amazing talent and certainly warrants the barihunks moniker. (A reader once dubbed singers like Tyler "bari-twinks").

Resto's talent was recognized by others coming straight out of high school, as he was named a semi-finalist in the Presidential Scholar in the Arts program through the National Advancement for the Arts and the United States Department of Education. He was one of only a handful of National YoungArts Foundation to be selected from a pool of high school and college students to spend a week in Miami to hone their skills.

Tyler Resto sings Bellini's Vaga luna:

He made his opera debut at the Teatro Signorelli as Antonio in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro in Cortona, Italy on full scholarship this past summer. At the University of Cincinnati–College-Conservatory of Music, he performed in Lehar's The Merry Widow and in the upcoming he season will perform Talbot in Donizetti's Maria Stuarda.

In his spare time, he is committed to volunteering for human rights and LGBT issues. He has performed concerts in support of finding cures for for HIV/AIDS, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and breast cancer.

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