former Lyric Baritone
F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
Baritone Ted Federle was a wily, dangerous Sciarrone who sounded like a lighter-voiced Scarpia in training, musically and dramatically. He advanced the amoral baron’s ruthless agenda with perverse joy evinced by firm, vibrant vocalism.
“Davis Miller, sung by Ted Federle, transformed from a timid fan-boy to an adult ready for creative responsibility in the course of the opera. Federle’s rich baritone was perfect for the role, articulating Miller’s belief that “today is not the same” and realizing his metamorphosis toward the opera’s end with his belief in himself. ”
“Sings with a rich, dramatic baritone, combining careful enunciation with a great sense of musical direction and character.”
N E W S
Mr. Federle has joined the Voice Faculty a Duke University as an Instructor of Music in Voice.