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Randall Bills


— Tenor

“Randall Bills was an appealingly lyrical Don Ottavio.”
Melinda Bagreen, Seattle Times - Ottavio in 'Don Giovanni' at Seattle Opera

“American baritenore Randall Bills was asked to portray Geoffredo, the commander-in-chief of the Christian forces. He is a slightly built, fine young artist, with a lovely warm tone...Later in the opera when he had become the French knight Ubaldo [he] contributed significantly to the overwhelming beauty of thee tenor trio.”
Michael Milenski, Opera Today - 'Armida' at Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro

“Randall Bills brought a fine lyric tenor voice to the daunting role of Osiride.”
Anthony Tommasini, New York Times - Osiride in 'Mosè in Egitto' at New York City Opera

About

Hailed by the Wall Street Journal as a voice of “lyrical beauty and intensity” and praised by Opera News for “his consummate mastery of Rossini’s style, range and vocal bravura,” American tenor RANDALL BILLS continues to impress both international public and press throughout an already extensive career.

In the 2016/17 season Mr. Bills returns to Seattle Opera as Tamino in Chris Alexander’s production of Die Zauberflöte conducted by Julia Jones, debuts at the Theater Wielki Poznań as Il conte d’Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviliga conducted by Massimiliano Caldi in a production from Marek . . .

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