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John De Haan

John De Haan, tenor

In the past two decades, John David De Haan has sung lyric and heroic tenor rôles in leading opera companies throughout North America and Europe. He can be heard on the Decca, Sony and Naxos record labels, for the last of these taking the title rôle in Willie the Weeper by Jerome Moross (8.559086), and continues to perform extensively in opera, concert and recitals in a wide-ranging repertoire. He recently sang the rôle of Caliban in Lee Hoiby’s The Tempest to critical acclaim. Having expanded his activities to teaching in 1995, he is on the faculty of the University of Minnesota’s School of Music in Minneapolis.


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