Baritone Lars Woodul has performed a variety of roles in regional opera theater, including Mercutio (Romeo & Juliette), Dr. Falke (Fledermaus), Marcello (La Boheme), the Don (Don Giovanni), Salieri (Mozart and Salieri), Sam (Trouble in Tahiti), Germont (La Traviata), Renato (Un Ballo in Maschera), The Director (Les Mamelles de Tiresias), and Horace Tabor (The Ballad of Baby Doe). A fellow at the Israel Vocal Arts Institute, he has also sung various recital programs for Lincoln Center’s Meet the Artist programs, Trinity Wall Street Concerts at One, and Merkin Hall. Committed to emerging and contemporary opera, he performed the tour de force solo chamber opera Canto by Shiela Silver, and has created roles for readings of world premiers, including The Secret Agent and Enemies, A Love Story for the Center for Contemporary Opera and Barab’s License to Marry at the York Theater. Dr. Woodul also enjoys teaching voice, and works in New York.
"Indian Summer", poem & music by Mira J. Spektor;
Lars Woodul, baritone, Barbara Ames, piano
Musicians Club of New York Member/Composers Concert, Saturday, March 12, 2016, Liederkranz Concert Hall, New York City. Video by Paula and Chris Argondizza.