Mete Students Showcase Concert
Featuring Meté Tasin and his students
METÉ TASIN, Tenor:
Meté Tasin is a compelling and versatile opera singer who was born in Würzburg, Germany and raised in Turkey. He studied with Prof. Guzin GUREL at Istanbul University State Conservatory and Patricia McCaffrey at Brooklyn College (Master of Music). His career began in Minnesota, USA with Carmen ( Don Jose ) and Lucia di Lammermoor ( Arturo ). Mete has been in many leading roles in Europe, United States and Turkey.
In the coming season for "La Traviata by Verdi - Gaston " he will take on a number of roles in San Jose Opera House. Mete previously performed as the title role of Arlecchino in Pagliacci by Leoncavallo at the San Jose Opera in California. He has also represented the San Francisco Opera by singing at Union Street and North Beach Festivals as a soloist.
He reprises his breath-taking role as Bizet Don Jose in Carmen at Mira Theater, Veresimo Opera, and New York City Lyric Opera - Carnegie Hal in New York City. He sung Tybalt in Gounod's Romeo et Juliette and Guillot in Massenet's Manon at Carnigie Hall and Symphony Space as a NYLOT Resident Artist. Aside from composing music for Ali Baba and 40 Thieves which premiered in New York, he also played a sultan role, which hailed “fabulous” reviews from the Turkish Community as well as the audience.
Piano and bass - Alfredo Romero
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