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Bass-baritone Mark Moliterno has over thirty operatic roles in his diverse repertoire. He has performed throughout the United States, Canada, Great Britain and the Far East, with the San Francisco Opera, Arizona Opera, Central City Opera, New York City Opera National Company, Santa Fe Opera, Tacoma Opera, and L.A. Music Theatre. He has starred in festival productions of Verdi's Falstaff at the Banff Festival of the Arts and Albert Herring and Cosi fan tutte at the Aldeburgh Festival. Among his most successful roles are: Falstaff in Falstaff, Escamillo in Carmen, Germont in La Traviata, Count Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro, Marcello in La Boheme, Sharpless in Madame Butterfly, Leporello in Don Giovanni, and Falke in Die Fledermaus.
Mr. Moliterno is a frequent soloist on the concert stage and has appeared with symphony orchestras nationwide. His concert repertoire covers a wide range of eras and composers. In New York's Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall he has appeared as baritone soloist dozens of times with the Masterwork Chorus in Handel's Messiah and Dettingen Te Deum, Bach's Christmas Oratorio, Brahms' Requiem, and Mozart's Requiem and C-minor Mass. He has twice appeared on the New York Philharmonic Chamber Music Series in Merkin Concert Hall, singing Samuel Barber's Dover Beach and Charles Martin Loeffler's Songs with Chamber Accompaniment.
Mr. Moliterno's recital credits include an all-Mozart concert with Murray Perahia in Aldeburgh, England, the War Scenes of Ned Rorem, with the composer as pianist, and the world premiere of Drum Taps, a song cycle by American composer Richard Pearson Thomas at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall. He has recorded Otto Leuning's No Jerusalem But This for C.R.I. and is featured on the recently released Middle Voices: Chamber Music for Clarinet and Viola singing music of Loeffler and the World Premiere of Magritte Variations by J. Mark Scearce.
Since 1997, Mark Moliterno has developed a reputation of excellence as a teacher of singing. He has held faculty positions at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Calvin College, and Bowling Green State University.
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