My Repertoire

Opera, Oratorio, and Music Theatre

  • "Bob's Aria" (from The Old Maid and the Thief by Menotti)
  • "Bella siccome un angelo" (from Don Pasquale by Donizetti)
  • "Come Paride Vezzoso" (from L'Elisir D'amore by Donizetti)
  • "  Deh vieni alla finestra  " (from Don Giovanni by Mozart)
  • "Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja" (from Die Zauberflote by Mozart)
  • "Do I love you because you’re beautiful” (from Cinderella by Rodgers and Hammerstein)
  • "Donne Mie La Fate, A Tanti A Tanti" (from Così fan tutte by Mozart)
  • "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen" (from Die Zauberflote by Mozart)
  • "For Behold, Darkness Shall Cover the Earth"/"The People That Walked In Darkness" (from Messiah by Handel)
  • "Hai già vinta la causa!" (from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart)
  • “I am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General” (from The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan)
  • "I stole the Prince” (from The Gondoliers by Gilbert and Sullivan)
  • "I Won't Send Roses" (from Mack & Mabel by Jerry Herman)
  • "Joey, Joey" (from Most Happy Fella by Frank Loesser)
  • “La Vendetta" (from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart)
  • "Lieben, Hassen, Hoffen, Zagen" (from Ariadne auf Naxos by R. Strauss )
  • "My Boy, You May Take it from Me" (from Ruddigore by Gilbert & Sullivan)
  • "Leaning on a Lamp-post" (from Me and my Girl by N. Gay)
  • "Lonely Room" (from Oklahoma by Rogers and Hammerstein)
  • "Lonely Town“ (from On the Town by Bernstein)
  • "Non più andrai” (from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart)
  • "Mighty Lord" (from Christmas Oratorio by J.S. Bach)
  • "Willow, tit-Willow" (from The Mikado by Gilbert & Sullivan)
  • "Quia Fecit Mihi Magna" (from Magnificat by J.S. Bach)
  • "Rising Early in the Morning” (from The Gondoliers by Gilbert and Sullivan)
  • "Rolling in Foaming Billows" (from The Creation by Haydn)
  • "Sands of Time" (from Kismet by Wright and Forrest)
  • "Se Vuol Ballare" (from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart)
  • "The Nightmare Song" (from Iolanthe by Gilbert and Sullivan)
  • "They Call the Wind Maria" (from Paint Your Wagon by Lerner and Loewe)
  • "Was I Wazir?" (from Kismet by Wright and Forrest)
  • "When All Night Long a Chap Remains" (from Iolanthe by Gilbert & Sullivan)
  • "When I was a Lad" (from H.M.S. Pinafore by Gilbert and Sullivan)
  • "Wouldn't You Like to be on Broadway?" (Weill)

Art Songs (English):

  • "Barbara Allen" (Old English Folk Song)
  • "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind" (Quilter)
  • "Bright is the Ring of Words" (R. Vaughan Williams)
  • "Come Away Death" (Quilter)
  • "Dream Valley" (Quilter)
  • "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes" (Old English Folk Song)
  • "Every Valley” (John Ness Beck)
  • "Fair House of Joy" (Quilter)
  • “Let Beauty Awake” (R. Vaughan Williams)
  • "Little Irish girl" (Lohr)
  • "Passing by" (E. Purcell)
  • “The Roadside Fire” (R. Vaughan Williams)
  • “Silent Noon” (R. Vaughan Williams)
  • "The Holy City" (F.E. Weatherly and S. Adams)
  • “The Jocund Dance” (Quilter)
  • "To Wine and Beauty” (Quilter)
  • "The Shropshire Lad" (Butterworth):
    • "Loveliest of trees"
    • "When I was one and twenty"
  • “Where be You Going?” (Quilter)
  • "Wild Flower's Song" (Quilter)

Art Songs (Foreign language):

  • "Alma del Core" (Caldara)
  • "Au Bord de L'eau" (Fauré)
  • "Auf Flügeln Des Gesanges" (Mendelssohn)
  • "Aus Goethes Faust" (Beethoven)
  • Chanson d'amour” (Fauré)
  • "Der Erlkönig" (Schubert)
  • "Die beiden Grenadiere" (R. Schumann)
  • "Die Forelle" (Schubert)
  • "Die Lotosblume" (R. Schumann)
  • "Don Quichotte à Dulcinée" (Ravel)
    • "Chanson romanesque"
    • "Chanson épique"
  • “Du Ring an meinem Finger” (R. Schumann)
  • "Già il sole dal Gange" (Scarlatti)
  • “Ici-bas" (Fauré)
  • "Le Charme" (Chausson)
  • “Nina” (Pergolesi)
  • “O kühler Wald” (Brahms)
  • "Psyché" (Paladilhe" (Paladilhe)
  • “Sapphische Ode” (Brahms)
  • "Seligkeit" (Schubert)
  • "Ständchen" (Schubert)
  • "Vaga Luna" (Bellini)
  • “Vittoria, mio Core” (Carissimi)
  • “Widmung” (Franz)
  • “Widmung” (R. Schumann)
  • “Wie Melodien Zieht Es Mir” (Brahms)
  • "Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen" (Mahler)