|Elliot Madore (Photo: Kristin Hoebermann)|
Canadian barihunk Elliot Madore will make his U.K. and Glyndebourne debut as Ramiro in L’heure espagnole and as The Cat/Grandfather Clock in L’enfant et les sortilèges'. There are nine performances running through August 25th and the opera will be screened in theatres throughout the U.K. on Sunday, August 19th for those who didn't get their tuxedos pressed in time.
The 1987 production from Glyndebourne with barihunk Francois LeRoux:
The former Lindemann Young Artist participant has also joined the ensemble of Opernhaus Zürich for the 2012-13 season. The company has cast him in a new production of Peter Eötvös’s 'Three Sisters', and revivals of 'Pagliacci' (Silvio), 'Un ballo in maschera' (Silvano), and 'La scala di seta' (Germano).
Readers of this site will recall that Madore created a sensation when he stepped in for Daniel Okulitch as Don Giovanni with the Opera Theatre of St. Louis. He also appeared as Lysander at The Met in their Baroque pastiche The Enchanged Island.
Other operas that are still running at Glyndebourne include La bohème, Le nozze di Figaro and Purcell's The Fairy Queen. Visit their website for tickets and additional performance information.
A big success for Elliot Madore at Glyndebourne in both operas. Beautiful smooth dark voice, very sexy and a good comedian.ReplyDelete
His Glyndebourne work was the first I had heard of him. Saw him in the cinema on Sunday, up close and personal. Yummy sound, yummy man!!!ReplyDelete
(I may have drooled)