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TERU YOSHIHARA

The baritone Teru Yoshihara was born in the Japanese city of Sapporo in 1969 and studied singing and music pedagogy at Tokyo University, going on to study with C. Stara and L. Berengo in Milan. Even as a student he developed a concert career, appearing as a soloist in Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Haydn’s Requiem and Beethoven’s Choral Symphony. In 1995 he made his operatic début in Japan as Sharpless in Madama Butterfly. Among the many rôles that followed are those of the Count in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro and Germont in La traviata. He has more recently begun to appear as a guest artist in Germany at the Stuttgart Chamber Theatre. He is a member of the Stuttgart Musikhochschule Opera School and studied with Bernhard Gärtner.


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Role: Classical Artist 
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ROSSINI: Pietra del paragone (La) Naxos
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