Tenor’s Voice Loss Leads To Successful Improvisation

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Charles Workman Vienna Opera

Despite what could have been a disastrous set back for the performance of Christoph Willibald Gluck’s “Alceste,” tenor Joseph Kaiser’s sudden voice loss lead to a bit of unexpectedly successful improvisation.
With back up tenor Charles Workman singing from the orchestra pit while Kaiser acting out the role of Admete on stage, they were a able to bring the audience’s attention away sound of a different tenor to the high overall quality of the evening.

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