Baritone Troy Clark has enjoyed the variety of the last year. He has sung everything from Rossini to Puccini, and Gilbert &
Sullivan to, well, Gilbert & Sullivan. He most recently sang the role of Sid in Pucciniís Masterpiece La Fanciulla del West
with Baltimore Opera Company under the baton of Maestro Andrea Licata. Audiences in both Annapolis and Baltimore enjoyed him
as The Major General Stanley (The Pirates of Penzance) with Young Victorian Theatre Company and the Annapolis Chorale.
The spring saw Troy having a ball portraying Ko-Ko in Annapolis Operaís production of The Mikado. He then portrayed
Blansac in Rossini's La Scala di Seta as a guest artist with the Baltimore Opera Young Artist Studio. Other recent
performances include Wilfred Shadbolt (The Yeomen of the Guard) with The Young Victorian Theatre Co.,and Dr. Falke]
(Die Fledermaus) with the Gulf Coast Symphony, and various recitals along the East Coast.
He has sung the roles of de Brťtigny in Jules Massenetís Manon, for Summer Opera Theatre Company in Washington D.C.,
Marcello for Chicagoís Sherwin Opera production of La Boheme, and Masetto in Don Giovanni with the Baltimore Opera
Studio. Other roles with the Baltimore Opera Company include Fiorello in Rossiniís Il Barbiere di Siviglia, the Marquis
díObigny in Verdiís La Traviata, and Fleville in Andrea Chenier under the baton of Maestro Marco Armiliato. Additionally
he has sung Germont (La Traviata) for Opera Theatre of Philadelphia, Count Almaviva (Le Nozze Di Figaro) with
CandleOpera, and Danilo in The Merry Widow for Light Opera Works, both of Chicago.
He is equally comfortable in contemporary opera and musical theatre. He sang the role of The Reporter for Hagenís critical
success concerning the life of Frank Lloyd Wright, Shining Brow, with Chicago Opera Theatre, Fredrik in Sondheimís
A Little Night Music with Muddy River Opera Company, Bill in Me and My Girl with Croswell Opera House, and
Richard Henry Lee in 1776 with Hope Summer Repertory Theatre.