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      June 29, 2013

      Saturday   7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

      212 Bayberry Drive
      Cape May Court House, New Jersey 08210

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      THE IRISH TENOR with The Jersey Shore Pops

      THE IRISH TENOR Stars Colm Fitzmaurice performing with Linda Gentille {e_description}amp; The Jersey Shore Pops. The show will feature Irish favorites and Broadway hits. Tenor Colm Fitzmaurice has been making his mark in Operetta, Opera and Music Theater throughout the United States and in Europe. In 2010, Colm returned to Opera Naples, singing Tamino in The Magic Flute. He maintains a busy schedule of Gilbert and Sullivan leading roles (his specialty) in New York City and throughout the United States. Colm tours regularly with The Three Waiters, bringing opera standards to new and unusual venues throughout the United States and neighboring countries. Recently Colm returned to Milwaukee's Skylight Opera as Henry in The Midnight Angel, a contemporary American opera. At Skylight, he has also appeared as Valére in Tartuffe and Nanki-Poo in The Mikado, a performance which was broadcast on Public Television. Other recent performances have included Alexis in The Sorcerer and Don Luis in El Barberillo de Lavapiés with Light Opera Oklahoma, The Merry Widow and HMS Pinafore with Chicago Light Opera Works, and a concert of Zarzuela and Spanish song in Pontevedre, Spain. Colm made his European debut as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte in Paris. He returned to Europe, touring Germany as Tony in West Side Story, playing the main opera houses of Frankfurt, Baden-Baden, and in Bern, Switzerland. As Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Colm has appeared at The Ravinia Festival with Highland Park Opera and at the Bay View Festival. Other roles include Ferrando in Cosí fan Tutte, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, and various 20th century works. Colm's leading man looks and vocal charisma in the light opera repertoire have brought particular acclaim. In his debut with Virginia Opera in The Mikado, the Washington Post proclaimed him "a particularly golden-voiced and unflappable Nanki-Poo." Regarding his debut with Dayton Opera in the title role of Candide, The American Record Guide noted "Colm Fitzmaurice's Candide was solidly virile and virtuous, elegantly sung." He is regularly featured in a number of leading roles with New York's Gilbert and Sullivan Players including Ralph (HMS Pinafore), Frederic (The Pirates of Penzance), Hilarion (Princess Ida) and Marco (The Gondoliers). As Hilarion, The New York Times proclaimed him a "sweet voiced tenor," and in Pirates, "a strong, likable portrayal of Frederic." Colm has frequently appeared as Romberg's The Student Prince in Chicago (Light Opera Works), New York (New Rochelle Opera), Fort Lauderdale (Gold Coast Opera), and Fort Pierce (Treasure Coast Opera). As Camille (The Merry Widow), he has appeared in conjunction with Palm Beach Opera, with ArtPark (NY), New Rochelle Opera, Light Opera Works, and Treasure Coast Opera. In New York, Colm has appeared several times with City Center Encores!, including their revival of Wonderful Town, where his role as the singing Cop required not only an Irish tenor, but a little Irish clogging as well. He was heard in a broadcast from Town Hall, NYC of Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion. Other solo concert appearances include One World Symphony (in their New York Town Hall debut), The Aspen Music Festival under James Conlon, The Johnstown Symphony (PA), The Marion Symphony (IN), Missouri Symphony and The South Bay Master Chorale in Los Angeles. Colm is a graduate of USC in Los Angeles. Born in Minnesota and a citizen of both Ireland and the United States, he now lives in New York.

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