Richard Lippold

Richard Lippold embraces operatic, sacred, and concert repertoire from the Baroque to those of today’s composers. He has received acclaim from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, regional publications, and online reviews. At Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Le Poisson Rouge, and The Baryshnikov Arts Center; in Moscow, Europe, the UK, and the U.S., highlights include "Joe" in scenes from Dead Man Walking with Joyce DiDonato and Frederica von Stade; Antinous in Ulysses and Littore/Soldier/Student in Poppea with Opera Omnia, Alfio in Cavalleria Rusticana for the String Orchestra of Brooklyn; Jesus in Pärt’s Passio for the Tribeca Film Festival, and standard baritone roles from Mozart and Rossini to Britten. Concert appearances include The American Composers Orchestra, Riverside Choral Society, New York Early Music Festivals, and regional orchestras in, Bach, Handel, Britten’s Cantata Misericordium, Vaughan Williams’ 5 Mystical Songs, Carmina Burana, the Requiem Masses of Brahms, Fauré and Duruflé; all of Haydn’s Masses (recorded on Naxos), and others. Broadcasts include performances on WQXR, WNYC, WWFM, and for NPR, the west coast premiere of Arvo Pärt’s Passio conducted by Paul Hillier. Conductors include Jane Glover, Andrew Parrott, Simon Carrington, Mark Morris (cover for Aeneas in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas in Moscow), John Scott, Julian Wachner, Stefan Parkman, and Andrew Megill.

His choral career in NY includes St. Thomas Fifth Avenue, The Metropolitan Opera Chorus (Extra Chorister), The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, and other prestigious NY ensembles. He has been a GRAMMY® nominee with Trinity Wall Street, and a GRAMMY® winner with The Metropolitan Opera.


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