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Recognized by opera companies and critics alike as one of the true Verdi baritones gracing stages today, Todd Thomas continues his tenure as one of America’s most sought-after artists. In the title role of Macbeth, Opera News depicted his performance as “warm and centered in his tone with subtle phrasing that emphasized the introspective, almost poetic quality of the tormented king.” Performing the role of Iago in Lyric Opera of Chicago’s season opening performance of Verdi’s Otello, “earned him deservedly the largest ovation at the end of the night from the glittery opening night audience.” (The Chicago Classical)

Last season, Thomas returned to the Shanghai Opera House for his captivating portrayal of Der fliegende Holländer, reprised his signature role of Rigoletto with Amarillo Opera, and performed the role of Scarpia in Tosca with Florida Grand Opera, Opera Memphis, Opera on the James, and Charlottesville Opera, as well as Amonasro in Tulsa Opera’s Aida. Additionally, Todd was seen in concert at Opera Southwest and with Maryland Opera. This season, Thomas is invited back to China for concert performances of Roméo et Juliette with the Suzhou Symphony Orchestra. [read more...]


"...his voice is warm and powerful..." – Mein Anzeiger

Der fliegende Holländer – “Todd Thomas impressed the audience with his baritone voice on the premiere evening. His voice is warm and powerful, which can express both loss and longing at the same time.”


"...a commanding performance..." – SchmOpera

Pagliacci – “Todd Thomas gave a commanding performance as the vindictive Tonio. The baritone displayed his vocal versatility in the opening prologue, breaking the fourth wall and drawing the audience into the story before the curtain rises. Tonio is a complex character, and Thomas’ dramatic portrayal was nuanced, prompting both pity and anger.”


"...warm and mellifluous baritone..." – South Florida Classical Review

Un Ballo in Maschera – “As Anckarström, Todd Thomas etched a vivid portrait of a loyal friend and husband turned traitor by jealousy and misplaced rage. “Eri tu” was the appropriate culmination of a cannily realized portrayal with Thomas’ warm and mellifluous baritone taking on just the right edge of angry malevolence.”


"...warm, compelling voice..." – Opera Canada

Simon Boccanegra – “For this production, American baritone Todd Thomas sang the title role, which requires great presence: as the former pirate who becomes Doge of Genoa, he has to grieve for lost love, celebrate a new-found daughter, unite warring Senators and die with convincing slowness. It also requires tremendous vocal flexibility. Thomas’ warm, compelling voice was absolutely secure from bottom to top. And we believed his humanity, his decency and desire for peace..”


"...a resonant voice that is its own force of nature..." – Winnipeg Free Press

Falstaff – “Thomas’ compassionate portrayal, matched by a resonant voice that is its own force of nature, created a multidimensional, all-too-human knight whose shining armor has tarnished.”


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