An Afternoon of Opera and Musical Theater Sunday, November 13, 2011, 3:00 pm – Calvary Assembly of God Church
Featuring the talents of baritone Eugene Brancoveanu, tenor Thomas Glenn, soprano Ronit Widmann-Levy, and pianist Peter Gruenberg, a wonderful array of music from both the opera house and the Broadway stage will delight the audience. Something for everyone!
Eugene Brancoveanu’s virile voice and superior stagecraft have earned him critical acclaim in both North America and Europe. Following recent performances of San Francisco Opera’s The Little Prince, the San Francisco Chronicle lauds the superb cast as being “led by extravagantly gifted baritone Eugene Brancoveanu as the Pilot. With his unforced charisma, vocal clarity, and total heft, Brancoveanu managed the tricky feat of doing most of the show’s heavy lifting …”
In the 2010-11 season Eugene Brancoveanu appears with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New World Symphony, and the New York Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall, in Michael-Tilson Thomas’ The Thomashevskys conducted by the composer. He also returns to the Santa Cruz County Orchestra in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, and sings as soloist in Carmina Burana with Spokane Symphony Orchestra. He continues his extensive recital career in 2011-12, performing with Brookings-Harbor Friends of Music.
Mr. Brancoveanu does not have a website, but has a page on his agency’s site.