A "Lausbub" baritone

Interview with Thomas Hampson

By Marion Mirande 22 September 2017

© Dario Acosta

The great baritone Thomas Hampson is back at the Opéra Bastille in Jorge Lavelli's production of Franz Lehár's La Veuve Joyeuse. Juggling between song and spoken text, he lends his deep broad voice to a comic character whom - as he explains – we should consider with the utmost seriousness.

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