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Thomas Bogdan has received critical acclaim for performances in opera, oratorio, concert, recital and cabaret. His repertoire demonstrates a mastery of a wide range of styles, the music of antiquity to the avant garde and certain kinds of pop. A champion of new music, he has sung in the premières of over fifty pieces, including Ned Rorem’s Missa Brevis, Lukas Foss’ American Cantata, Ricky Ian Gordon’s The Family Piece and Meredith Monk’s New York Requiem, which she wrote especially for him. Bogdan also performed in the première of Monk’s opera Atlas at the Houston Grand Opera and on tours throughout the United States and Europe. An avid interpreter of the baroque repertoire, Bogdan has distinguished himself in the rôle of the Evangelist in Bach’s Passions. Memorable performances include the rôles of Peter Quint and the Madwoman in NYC productions of Britten’s The Turn of the Screw and Curlew River, the title rôle of Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex, with Robert Craft conducting, and rôles in all three of Monteverdi’s operas, performed as a cycle, under the direction of Stephen Wadsworth. He has collaborated in many recordings and has performed with opera companies, choruses, oratorio societies and symphony orchestras throughout the United States and at Music Festivals such as Aspen, Avignon, Caramoor, Copenhagen, Helsinki International, Mostly Mozart, and the Voices Festival in Innsbruck, Austria.

Role: Classical Artist 
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