Thursday, July 11, 2013

OUT Magazine features Aubrey Allicock

Aubrey Allicock (photo by Roger Erickson)
Barihunk Aubrey Allicock just completed a critically acclaimed run as the lead in Terence Blanchard's Champion at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis. The buzz in the opera world is that this was a career launching performance. OUT Magazine recently ran a profile of the singer along with this amazing photograph.

Hot List: Aubrey Allicock by Jerry Portwood

Aubrey Allicock, currently studying at Juilliard, is explaining his path as a young opera singer. “As a bass-baritone, I’m a baby, I’m a child!” he says, punctuating his confession with a big, hearty laugh. “I’ll probably be 40 before my voice hits its prime.”  Despite his relative youth in his field, the 29-year-old singer has the opportunity of a lifetime this summer when he originates the role of the young boxer Emile Griffith in the world premiere of Champion at Opera Theatre of St. Louis. [Read the entire article at OUT magazine].

Allicock was also featured in the Sound Bites section of Opera News.

Aubrey Allicock sings "Se vuol ballare" from Le Nozze di Figaro:

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