Ben Brantley of the New York Times says Troxell is “smashing!”
“Every so often…. a whiff of the ‘wonderful mystical magical miracle’ (to borrow a phrase from Leona) stirs the air. It comes whenever Mr. Troxell opens his mouth to sing, with a captivating melodic suppleness in the only numbers here that evoke Rodgers the sweeping romantic balladeer.” (Do I Hear A Waltz, New York City Center, May 2016)
January 20 & 22 Romeo and Juliet with Opera Tampa @ The Straz Center for the Performing Arts, Carol Morsani Hall. Tampa is excited to have Richard back in town. This from TampaBay.com: The leading man in Opera Tampa’s Romeo and Juliet is riding a wave of critical acclaim. Richard Troxell has wowed crowds with dashing looks, dramatic fervor and an effortless high D.
February 10 & 12 La Boheme with Knoxville Opera at the Tennessee Theater
March 11, 16, 18 & 19 The world premiere of Dinner at Eight with Minnesota Opera at The Ordway in St. Paul, MN.
May 5 & 6 La Boheme with Lubbock Symphony Orchestra at Civic Center Theater
CLASSIC BROADWAY, Richard’s new CD with Maestro Steven Mercurio and the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, includes selections such as On the Street Where you Live, Bring Him Home and The Music of the Night… with a special guest appearance by Stephen Schwartz (Godspell, Wicked) on his very own Corner of the Sky (Pippin). Available on CD BABY, iTunes and Amazon. Autographed copies can be purchased for $20 (postage paid) by sending your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
And don’t forget to complete your collection with last year’s SO IN LOVE, a beautiful collection of love songs featuring the unforgettable melodies of Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Kurt Weill; arrangements by John Conahan. Available on CD BABY, iTUNES, and AMAZON.