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The baritone Dimitrie Lazich graduated from Carnegie Mellon University and then completed his Masters Degree in Opera performance at The Curtis Institute of Music. He has performed major rôles in The Magic Flute, L’incoronazione di Poppea, Candide and Dido and Aeneas while living in Pittsburgh. While attending The Curtis Institute of Music he performed major rôles in La Bohème, Le nozze di Figaro, The Rake’s Progress, among other operatic works. He performed once again with the Opera Theater of Pittsburgh as Louis in A View from the Bridge as well as Wagner in the Opera Company of Philadelphia’s Faust. He has also performed overseas as part of Opera Studio Nederland where he performed the rôle of Junius in The Rape of Lucretia and Dr Falke in Die Fledermaus. He reprised the rôle of Junius in a touring production of The Rape of Lucretia which was performed throughout Belgium. He has performed with the Stuttgart Oper in Dr Faustus.

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