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Award-winning operatic heldentenor Stuart Skelton talks about his title role in San Francisco Symphony’s production of Benjamin Britten opera “Peter Grimes” this week. Skelton was voted “best male singer” at 2014 International Opera Awards, and shares insights into Britten, “Grimes” and the many other roles he has sung.

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Artist
Song
Album
Label
Bob DYlan and Band
Like a Rolling Stone
Rock of Ages
Capitol
Indigo Girls
Heartache for Everyone
Staring down the brilliant dream
Vanguard
Richard Thompson & Linda
For Shame of Doing Wrong live 1979
THe Life and Music of Richard Thompson
Free Reed
Eugene Ormandy/Phila. ORch
Peter Grimes: Sunday Morning
Britten: Four Sea Interludes
RCA Red Seal
Interview: Stuart Skelton, heldentenor
re playing title role in SF Symphony's
Peter Grimes
Stuart Skelton
Peter Grimes: "Now the Great Bear and Plaeides"
(from Englisn National Opera{
n.a.
Stuart Skelton
"Peter Grime: "Mad Scene"
from Opera Oviedo
n.a.
Ormandy/Phila ORch
Peter Grimes: The Storm
BRitten:Four Sea Interludes
RCA Red Sea,l
Stuart Skelton
Beethoven: Fidelio: God the darkest hour
English National Opera
n.a.
Stuart Skelton w/Michael Tilson Thomas/San Francisco Symphony
Der Trunkene im Fruhling
Mahler: Das Lied von der erde
SFS Media
Blues Broads
Blue Highway
Blues Broads
Delta Groove
Shelley Doty X-Tet
Don't Miss t5his Ride
live on Sing Out 6-20-12
engineer: Tony Ferro
Tom Paxton
Whose Garden Was This
The Very BEst of Tom Paxton
Flying Fish
Eliza Gilkyson
Before the Deluge
(Various) : Looking INto You, The Songs of Jackson Browne
Music Road Records
Fats Waller
Alligator Stomp
Ain't Misbehavin'
ASV
Beausoleil
Menage a Trois Two-Step
Va: Louisiana 2: Live from Mountain Stage
Blue Plate Music
Dave and Phil Alvin
Saturday Night Rub
Common Ground
yeprock
Augustus Pablo
West Abyssinia
Pabbo Meets Mr. Bassie (Original Rockers Vol 2)
Shanachie

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