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Alan Titus


Alan Titus was born in New York and studied singing at the famous Juilliard School. As a student, he already sang the main part in Bernstein’s Mass at the opening of the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., conducted by the composer himself.

His début in the part of Marcello in La Bohéme at the Washington Opera was followed by important parts in the Italian, French and German Fach, with guest performances at all the major opera houses in the United States: San Francisco, Chicago Lyric Opera and his début at the Metropolitan Opera New York conducted by James Levine in parts like Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Harlekin (Ariadne Auf Naxos) and Eisenstein (Die Fledermaus), Posa (Don Carlo), Ford (Falstaff), with conductors such as John Pritchard, Christoph von Dohnányi, James Levine, Lorin Maazel and Sergiu Celebidache.

Since 1974, the year of his European début in the part of Pelleas (Pelleas et Melisande) in Amsterdam, Alan Titus has been giving regular and frequent guest performances in Europe (Glyndebourne Festival: Guglielmo (Così) and Graf (Figaro)). From the ’80s onwards, he has been focusing on parts like that of Golo in Pelleas et Melisande in Nizza, the Nase (title part) in Frankfurt, Valentin (Faust) with Giuseppe Patanè, etc.

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