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Todd Strange


About this Artist

Todd Strange is a rising lyric tenor in opera, operetta and concert work. Recent performances include Todd's solo debut with the Los Angeles Opera as the Peasant Soloist in Eugene Onegin as well as Alfredo in Pacific Coast Opera’s production of La Traviata. Professional highlights include several roles with The Ohio Light Opera over 3 consecutive seasons. Roles include Frederic in Pirates of Penzance, and the title role of Lehar’s “The Czarevitch”, where Todd was reviewed as having a “glorious voice” that “is strong and clear and his acting is on target.” Mr. Strange was also featured in production with The Ohio Light Opera and on CD with Albany Records in Victor Herbert’s “Mademoiselle Modiste” as Ettienne de Bouvray; reviewed by Rick Hamlin in Opera News, saying "There are too many performers who deserve recognition to name them all, but I particularly enjoyed Todd Strange as Etienne de Bouvray, a dashing viscount."