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The Welsh tenor Huw Rhys-Evans was discovered as a Rossini singer by Alberto Zedda, under whom he has appeared at the Pesaro Accademia Rossiniana, in Paris, Strasbourg, and at Rossini in Wildbad as Belfiore in Il viaggio a Reims. He won critical praise for his performance in Wildbad in the title-rôle of Le Comte Ory under Brad Cohen, under whom he also appeared as Goffredo/Carlo in Rossini's Armida. In Britain he has sung Almaviva, Idreno in Semiramide and Pilade in Ermione with the Chelsea Opera Group. He was trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London, thereafter undertaking a number of guest engagements in France. He is well-known for his terpretation of the Evangelist, a part in which he made his Carnegie Hall début.


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ROSSINI: Le Comte Ory Naxos
ROSSINI: Torvaldo e Dorliska Naxos

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