[Nathan Gunn in Billy Budd]
Kudos to the Los Angeles Times for Irene Lacher's wonderful article on Nathan Gunn and the rising popularity of barihunks. Two of our favorite young singers, Matthew Worth and Tom Forde, were featured, as well.
Forde will be performing the title role in Mozart's the Marriage of Figaro at the Tacoma Opera on March 5 & 7.
Matthew Worth has been receiving acclaim for both his voice and his good looks. Here are two recent reviews.
Ted Mahne wrote in the New Orleans Times-Picayune: "Matthew Worth offered a particular highlight as Mercutio. He gave an agile and pleasing rendering of the tricky 'Queen Mab' aria. A striking performer, watch for his star to rise."
Jerry Floyd wrote in Opera about Worth's performance in "The Rape of Lucretia" at Castleton: "A trio of barihunks proved that well-trained, carefully directed younger singers can deliver polished, high-quality portrayals; especially Worth, whose wrathful Etruscan character seemed intuitively to sense the consequences of his assault on Lucretia."
Oddly, Worth's management site doesn't have his schedule.
Since the L.A. Times raised the issue of barihunks, here are a few more of our favorites:
[The super sexy Randal Turner, who we're hoping to see in the U.S. soon]
[Exotic Wes Mason, who will be starring in "Before Night Falls" in Ft. Worth]
[Kelly Markgraf will be in Omaha singing Count Almaviva]
[Adrian Kramer sporting his guns]
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