This production of Macbeth will be his fifth appearance with Palm Beach Opera, and the third in a row, having appeared last season as a smooth-voiced Germont in Verdi’s La Traviata and the season before that as Sharpless in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. He said opera careers are supposed to be built for longevity, something increasingly difficult in a technology-dominated age in which “everything has to happen right away, and right now, and they want it newer, younger and prettier. And a lot of people have fallen into that,” he said.

Michael Chioldi sings opposite Alicia Berneche in a rehearsal for the El Paso Opera production of "Marriage of Figaro."
Figaro! Farce may no longer be politically dangerous, but it's still wickedly funny

Michael talks about taking the title role in the Washington National Opera's production of Hamlet!

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