William Berger Introduces Our Opera and Film Guests -- Lawrence Brownlee
People remember the first time they hear American tenor Larry Brownlee sing because he has an almost unique combination of vocal assets: the vocal precision necessary to navigate the technically demanding bel canto genre of opera (Rossini et al.), and the humanity within that precision to make us listen and care. His bel canto stems from bello spirito, and it shows. He is also passionately involved with many other facets of life – from salsa dancing to photography to ping pong, and he is an articulate (and equally passionate) voice for human rights. Find out more about him at Lawrencebrownlee.com.