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Andrew BisantzAndrew Bisantz conducts Macbeth
As the music director at Eugene Opera, Andrew Bisantz shepherded the company to recognition as one of the most noted and important performing arts organizations in the Pacific Northwest. He served as assistant conductor with Glimmerglass Opera and as associate conductor with Florida Grand Opera as well as in acclaimed engagements conducting Boston Lyric Opera, Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto (Portugal), Wolf Trap Opera, Boston Landmark Orchestra, Janiec Opera Company and the Buffalo Philharmonic. A graduate of Cleveland Institute of Music, Bisantz studied with legendary conductors such as Carl Topilow, Louis Lane and the current music director of New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Alan Gilbert. Macbeth is his debut with Opera Tampa.


Jorge ParodiJorge Parodi conducts The Barber of Seville
The music director of the Senior Opera Theater at the Manhattan School of Music, Jorge Parodi has worked as a conductor at Buenos Aires Lírica (Argentina), The Banff Centre (Canada), Tsaritsynskaya Opera Volgograd (Russia), Encuentros Internacionales de Opera (Mexico), Hofstra University and New York University among others. Hailed as having “the most expressive conducting hands since Stokowski’s,” (New York Daily News), Parodi has collaborated with such artists as Tito Capobianco, Sherrill Milnes and Rufus Wainwright and has assisted conductors of the caliber of Lorin Maazel and Julius Rudel. He debuts as conductor with Opera Tampa for The Barber of Seville.


Robin StamperRobin Stamper conducts The Marriage of Figaro
The managing director and chorus master for Opera Tampa, Robin Stamper continues a versatile career as a coach-accompanist, chorus master and opera conductor. A graduate of the Julliard School in piano performance, Stamper served as director of music for Kentucky Opera, artistic director for Nevada Opera, music director for Orlando Opera and artistic director for Florida Opera Theatre. He joined the Opera Tampa family in 2015. He debuts as conductor for Opera Tampa with The Marriage of Figaro.
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