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Robert Dean Smith, born and raised in Kansas, USA, and educated in Kansas and at The Juilliard School in New York, is one of the world’s leading tenors. He sings a wide variety of repertoire in many different languages and styles at leading opera houses such as the New York Met, La Scala, Milan, Covent Garden, London, Opéra Paris, Teatro Real Madrid, and the Vienna and Munich State Operas. He has appeared at the Bayreuth Festival for fi fteen years, and his Arte Nova recording, Wagner Scenes, was awarded the Orphée d’Or by the Académie du Disque Lyrique. His repertoire includes Tristan, Stolzing, Lohengrin, Siegmund, Cavaradossi, Des Grieux, Radamès, Don José and many other rôles from the German, Italian and French repertoires.

For more information, please visit www.robertdeansmith.com.

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