26 April 2012
“For this aria – about a roasting swan about to be eaten – I have to sing three high Ds!
I’m never scared of it, thank goodness. I have fun with it, and when people hear me they invite me to do it again.”
Tenor Nicholas Phan talks about his somewhat enigmatic role in Carmina burana. He will make his New York Philharmonic debut when Raphael Frühbeck de Burgos conducts Orff’s popular work May 31–June 2.
Read the full Q&A from Playbill Arts here.