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Who is Alan Titus?
Alan Titus is an internationally celebrated baritone. He studied under Aksel Schiøtz at the Colorado School of Music, and Hans Heinz at The Juilliard School. His official debut was as Marcello in La bohème, in Washington, DC, in 1969. He came to prominence, however, in Leonard Bernstein's theatre piece MASS, as the Celebrant, in 1971. That same year, he created the role of Archie Kramer in Lee Hoiby's Summer and Smoke in St Paul. The latter was the opera of his debut the same year at the New York City Opera, where he was a leading baritone for many seasons, participating in nationally televised performances of Il barbiere di Siviglia, Il Turco in Italia, La Cenerentola, and Madama Butterfly. He made his only appearances with the Metropolitan Opera in 1976, as Harlekin in Ariadne auf Naxos, with Montserrat Caballé.
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