Anthony Rohr, Tebaldo/Manfredo (cover)
Tenor Anthony Rohr is a versatile singer of operatic and musical theatre repertoire. With the Lake George Music Festival, he recently made his role debut singing Don José in La Tragédie de Carmen, dutifully exploring the volatile temperament of José’s passion. As a returning outreach artist with Seagle Music Colony, Rohr tunefully crooned as the tenor soloist in H.O.T, a Cole Porter Review Show. Switching gears, he simultaneously sang the title role in a new children’s opera by Kamala Sankaram, Monkey and Francine in the City of Tigers. Also with Seagle, Rohr was grateful to perform Mark Twain in the workshop performance of Robert Carl and Russell Banks’ Harmony, as Jumper throughout New York’s North Country on a tour of The Falling and the Rising by Zach Redler and Jerry Dye, and singing the roles of Che in Evita and Tom Buchanan in John Harbison’s The Great Gatsby.
Rohr is a Master’s graduate at the University of Kansas. There, as a student of Dr. John Stephens, he continues his passion for academia by pursuing a DMA. With KU, Rohr has sung Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Candide in Candide, and Basilio in Le nozze di Figaro. While residing in Kansas, he also joined the ranks of Kansas City Lyric Opera’s chorus, singing in the ensemble for their productions of Silent Night, Il barbiere di Siviglia, and Rigoletto.