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Vocalist and Professor Emeritus Giorgio Tozzi

Professor Emeritus of Voice Giorgio Tozzi speaks with George Jellinek about his career as a distinguished vocalist and music educator.

Born in Chicago in 1923, Giorgio Tozzi made his professional debut in 1948 playing Tarquinius in the Broadway production of Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia. He went on to sing with The Metropolitan Opera and perform across the world, including appearances in Salzburg, Hamburg, Munich, and elsewhere. Tozzi taught at the Juilliard School, Brigham Young University, and Indiana University before retiring from IU as Distinguished Professor of Voice in 2006.

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