Two Singers For Hire
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Rudolph is a veteran performer of local classical and operatic
music. John has done many notable
operatic roles including the title role in Giuseppe Verdi's "Attila"
and Basillio in Rossini's "The Barber of Seville."
as well as sung many oratorio pieces, including
the entire bass solo part in Handel's Messaiah, and "Confutatis
Maledictus" from Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem. Many who have heard John sing recall
the cliche of "the little man with
the big voice." Tall and thin, John's voice is powerful enough
to fill an entire room as well as the hall way outside; yet he
has sustained many a soft note that can bring a chill down your
spine. His ability to communicate his deep feelings in every line he sings is second to very few, and it makes him very sought out for operatic productions and concerts. John has sung with such noted groups in and around Philadelphia
as the Main Line Opera Guild, Amici Opera Company and the
Delaware Valley Opera Company. His favorite roles are Basilio in Barber of Seville, Attila in Verdi's Attila and Crystonian in Kate Quinn's opera Sephro.