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TIMOTHY BENTCH

Tenor Timothy Bentch has established himself in Hungary as one of the leading lyric tenors of his generation. He has an operatic repertoire of over 35 rôles, from Monteverdi to Stravinsky and Britten, and he has performed all the standard concert pieces from the Renaissance and Baroque to the large works of Mahler and Verdi. In 2005 he was awarded the Artijus Prize in recognition of his contribution to modern Hungarian music following the première performance of Funeral Rites by Zoltán Jeney. He devotes a significant amount of time to teaching, notably each summer at the Crescendo Summer Institute of the Arts (www.hungary.crescendo.org) which he founded in 2004.

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MAHLER Complete Symphonies Naxos 8.501502

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