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Vale Rideout sings Lensky's Aria from Tchaikowski's Eugene Onegin, accompanied by Craig Ketter.
Vale Rideout sings the Male Chorus' Aria from Benjamin Britten's opera, The Rape of Lucretia - accompanied by Craig Ketter.
Vale Rideout, tenor
Christopher Zemliauskas, piano

Benjamin Britten's setting of Henry James' novella - The Turn of the Screw. This is the aria introducing Peter Quint to the audience as he calls for Miles to come and play.
Britten and Finzi: Two of the major 20th century song cycles for tenor, performed by Vale Rideout on this his debut solo recording. Mr. Rideout has won accolades for his "mellifluous" tone and “riveting” stage presence exploring oratorio, concert and opera scores, and bringing them to life. He excels at the fine details of art song, and is right at home with the British masters.
Britten and Finzi: Two of the major 20th century song cycles for tenor, performed by Vale Rideout on this his debut solo recording. Mr. Rideout has won accolades for his "mellifluous" tone and “riveting” stage presence exploring oratorio, concert and opera scores, and bringing them to life. He excels at the fine details of art song, and is right at home with the British masters.
Vale Rideout, tenor
Frank's Aria from the World Premiere of the opera, ELMER GANTRY,
Premiered in 2007 directed by John Hoomes and Conducted by William Boggs.
Score by Robert Aldridge, libretto by Hershel Garfein
Tenor soloist Vale Rideout joins the Dallas Symphony Chorus to close the 25th Anniversary season of Caroling at the Adolphus. Vale is accompanied by Jerry Stephens.
Vale Rideout sings 'Pentecost' by Lori Laitman with the composer at the piano. Pentecost is a poem by Dana Gioia. Performed March 14th at the Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C.
The final scene of Central City Opera's 2012 production of THE TURN OF THE SCREW.
Conductor: Steuart Bedford
Director: Alessandro Talevi
Scenic and Costume Designer; Projection Co-Designer: Madeleine Boyd
Lighting Designer: David Martin Jacques
Wig/Makeup Designer : Dave Bova
This is a selection from a performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony 4th Mvmt with Maestro Lorin Maazel conducting the Symphonica Toscanini in Rome at the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls.
Maria from West Side Story. Vale Rideout - Tenor. Glen Cortese - conductor. Concert for Peace, Cathedral of St John the Divine, Dec 31, 2008