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Tenor David Pomeroy was Stefano in Filumena at the Banff Summer Festival, a role he created at Calgary Opera last season.

Tenor David Pomeroy was Stefano in Filumena at the Banff Summer Festival, a role he created at Calgary Opera last season. Now working with retired Canadian tenor Ermanno Mauro, Pomeroy has re-tooled his voice, focusing on the liricospinto repertoire. He sang his first Rodolfo in La Boheme with Pacific Opera Victoria last season. Upcoming engagements include Verdi's Messa da Requiem with the Vancouver Symphony (Nov.) and the Victoria Symphony (Mar.). He will sing his first Don Jose in Bizet's Carmen with Pacific Opera Victoria in April 2004.
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Title Annotation:Artists on Stage
Author:So, Joseph
Publication:Opera Canada
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Sep 22, 2003
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