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With opera companies in Germany and across the United States, the baritone Philip Lima has performed such diverse opera rôles as those of the High Priest in Samson et Dalila, Johann Mattes in Kurt Weill’s Die Bürgschaft, Cadmus in Handel’s Semele, John Proctor in The Crucible, Alidoro in La Cenerentola, and the title characters in The Mikado and Viktor Ullmann’s Der Kaiser von Atlantis.

Praised by audiences and critics for his commanding, intelligent stage presence, he has also appeared as a featured concert soloist in Italy, Ukraine, South Korea and the United States, in recital and in the Fauré and Brahms Requiems, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the St John Passion, Carmina Burana, Belshazza’s Feast and Vaughan WilliamsSea Symphony. He received his undergraduate degree in literary theory from Yale University and worked for several years as a financial consultant and a freelance violist before studying singing.

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