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Paul interviews acclaimed composer Harold Meltzer

Paul interviews acclaimed composer Harold Meltzer, who celebrates his 50th birthday with a program of major recent chamber works at National Sawdust, in a concert curated by Chris Grymes and featuring performances by Abby Fischer, Miranda Cuckson, the Boston Chamber Music Society, and here to read the full interview. *photo credit: Daniel Lin


WQXR: Appleby on Singing in English

"I have been following, and admiring, the work of American tenor Paul Appleby since he was a student at Juilliard. He made his Metropolitan Opera debut at age 27 in 2011 as Brighella in Ariadne auf Naxos and has sung roles there in French, German and Italian. His usage in these languages is excellent, but [...]


REVIEWS: Appleby's Don Ottavio in the Metropolitan Opera's Don Giovanni

“Paul Appleby’s attractive voice…[gave us] a ‘Dalla sua pace’ graced by dynamic contrasts and an ‘Il mio tesoro’ in which the challenging long run was dispatched in one breath.” -Opera Magazine, December 2016 “Paul Appleby made the hapless role of Don Ottavio a thing of tenorial beauty” -New York Times, October 2016 “The best vocal [...]


The Guardian: Facing the Music

Paul is featured in today's Guardian in an interesting and revealing Q&A. "The US tenor, singing Bénédict at Glyndebourne, loves Berlioz, Bob Dylan and William Bolcom, warms up with Radiohead and works a room with Otis Redding" -Guardian, read the Q&A by clicking here