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Zoltan DiBartolo is a dapper and charming!
Zoltan DiBartolo comes from a long and diverse vocal background that spans 25 years and includes the genres of Opera, Classical, Jazz, Tango, Salsa, Cabaret, and Vaudeville. His classical singing career began in 1998 as a tenor in Seattle’s Cascadian Chorale, with Brahm’s German Requiem. In recent years, Zoltan has directed his efforts towards a long-time dream of becoming an opera singer. His opera debut came in May 2009, with San Francisco’s Goat Hall Productions, in Christopher J. Pratorius’ contemporary opera Roxane de Boveda, Harriet M. Page directing. His first major role was Shaunard in Virago Theater Company’s La Boheme,Robert Lundy-Paine directing. Mr. DiBartolo has been a tenor soloist with the prestigious UC Berkeley Chamber Chorus, and also with the UC Berkeley Summer Symphony, in which he performed Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.
This past winter, Mr. DiBartolo played Enrico Caruso in the contemporary musical The Last Night of the Barbary Coast, written and directed by Jessa Brie Berkner. In the same season, he sang with Berkeley West Edge Opera in Handel’s Xerxes and The Carmen Fixation, and was the tenor soloist for the Solano Chamber Society’s production of Handel’s Messiah.