Possessed of a rare high-tenor voice and a winning stage persona that comfortably embraces both comedic and dramatic roles, Marc Molomot enjoys an international career and was recently named “Artist of the Year” by Voix des Arts. Mr. Molomot is praised as “an excellent actor-singer” in repertoire of all eras, winning acclaim most recently as Leonard Lev in the world premiere performances of Tobias Picker’s Awakenings at Opera Theatre of St. Louis. He recently made his role debuts as “Mime” in Wagner’s Das Rheingold in Germany, “John Adams” in Virgil Thomson’s The Mother of us All, and “Der Hauptmann” in Berg’s Wozzeck with the Houston Symphony. The live recording of Wozzeck was the winner of a GRAMMY Award and an ECHO Klassik Award. His comedic talents have been showcased with performances as Adolphe de Valladolid in Offenbach’s Les brigands, at Opéra Toulon and Paris’s Opéra Comique, and he was featured as Le Fils in Poulenc’s Les mamelles de Tirésias at Opéra de Lyon and at Opéra Comique. In the baroque arena signature roles include the title role of Purcell’s King Arthur and Puck in Fairy Queen, as well as Iro in Monteverdi’s Il Ritorno d’Ulise and Arnalta in L’incoronazione di Poppea. Visit Marc on the web at: www.schwalbeandpartners.com/marc-molomot-tenor.