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Tom is currently appearing as Don Jose in Dayton Opera's production of CARMEN

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Tom was featured in an informative and beautifully-photographed 8-page article in the April/May 2005 issue of Silicon Valley Magazine:

"The Heroic Quest of Heldentenor Thomas Truhitte" by Peter Crane, Images by Daniel Huenergardt & Glen Haworth

Photos from the article have been posted in the Photo Gallery

Reviews from Thomas Rolf Truhitte's performance as Tristan in Virginia Opera's "Tristan & Isolde:"

"Thomas Rolf Truhitte, who played Tristan, has a fine, firm tenor voice of considerable heft and amplitude; thankfully, he can sing softly, too, and made much of the rapt, ecstatic urgency of the love duet. It helps that he actually looks the part of a handsome, noble knight." -- Tim Page, The Washington Post

"Thomas Rolf Truhitte as the knight Tristan displayed his awesome heldentenor voice. With a bod in as great a shape as his voice, Truhitte is capable of bringing an unusual veracity to romantic leads. Truhitte also possesses vocal chords of steel; he sings with a strong tenor which interfaces perfectly with a rich baritone sonority in the lower range." -- B. J. Atkinson, Port Folio Weekly

Reviews from Thomas Rolf Truhitte's performance as Florestan in Virginia Opera's "Fidelio:"

"...his firstbeautifully sung aria captured the anguish of Florestan who's shut away from the world." -- Dave Nicholson, Daily Press

"Tenor Thomas Rolf Truhitte sang extremely well as the imprisoned Florestan, a role in which most tenors sound as if they are strangling." -- Paul Sayegh, The Virginian-Pilot

A review from Truhitte's performances as "Lohengrin" at Spoleto:

"Not since Peter Hofmann's brief and unforgettable prime have I heard this role sung on stage with such grace of voice and phrasing. His tone was unforced in forte passages and his high tessitura in the pianissimo moments of "In fernem Land" was memorable." -- Michael Kennedy, The Sunday Telegraph, London

And as "Siegmund" in Virginia Opera's Die Walkre:

"...he sings with power, conviction, musicianship, and the requisite Wagnerian steeliness. -- Tim Page, the Washington Post

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