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Eric Barry

  • Tenor

Biography

Eric Barry has a close association with the Beethoven Easter Festival and the Polish Radio Orchestra in Warsaw, where he has sung and recorded Avito in Montemezzi’s “L’amore dei tre” re and Don Luigi in Donizetti’s “Maria Padilla”. This spring he returns to Warsaw to sing and record Gabriele Adorno in “Simon Boccanegra” and the tenor soloist in Beethoven’s “Ninth Symphony”. He will also sing Edgardo in “Lucia di Lammermoor” for Amarillo Opera, where he has previously appeared as Ernesto in “Don Pasquale”, Il Duca in “Rigoletto” and Rodolfo in “La bohème”.

Eric Barry is well versed in early music and oratorio. His most notable performances have been Handel’s “Messiah”, Verdi’s “Missa di Requiem”, Beethoven’s “Christus am Ölberge”, Brahms’ “Liebeslieder Walzes” and selections from J.S. Bach’s St. John and St. Matthew Passions. Most recently he sang Beethoven’s “Ninth Symphony” with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and Mozart’s “Requiem” with the Munich Symphony on tour throughout the United States.

Eric Barry has sung Arbace in Rossini’s “Ciro in Babilonia” at the Caramoor Music Festival, Florindo in Wolf-Ferrari’s “Le donne curiose” and Anthony Hope in “Sweeney Todd” at Wolf Trap Opera and Rodolfo in “La bohème” at Teatro Comunale di Sulmona, Italy. Mr. Barry holds a Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma from the School of Music at Yale University