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17 Mar 2008

The Cliché-Busting Baritone

http://www.nysun.com/article/73002

Hampson_2008.pngBY GEORGE LOOMIS [NY Sun, 17 March 2008]

Giuseppe Verdi's 200th birthday is five years away, but it looks as though the baritone Thomas Hampson is celebrating early. His operatic docket this season includes Verdi operas exclusively — "Macbeth" in San Francisco, "Don Carlo" in Vienna, "La Traviata" in Chicago and Zurich. And he makes his debut as Don Carlo in "Ernani" tonight when the hot-blooded Romantic sizzler returns to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time since 1985.

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