American Baritone Thomas Woodman’s unique versatility in opera, orchestra, and recital repertoire has helped him enjoy a varied and successful career throughout North America and Europe. In addition to his active performance resume, Woodman has taught voice for over ten years at his home studio and at Greenwich High School under the auspices of Greenwich Adult Continuing Education. Highlights of Woodman’s career include performances with the Metropolitan Opera, the Bayerische Staatsoper, New York City Opera, and San Francisco Opera. Woodman’s European engagements include performances with Opera de St. Etienne, Opera Nice, Deustche Oper am Rhein-Duisberg and Theater Hagen, Theater Augsburg am Roten Tor; and further performances as a resident baritone with the Staatstheater Darmstadt to include such roles as Marcello, Guglielmo, Harlekin, Rodrigo in Don Carlos, Dandini in La Cenerentola and Ravenal in Showboat. Mr. Woodman also sang Mahler’s 8th Symphony with the Orchestra National de Lyons. In the United States, he has appeared with the opera companies of Austin and Fort Worth (Texas), Hawaii, Indianapolis, Kentucky, Illinois, North Carolina, Anchorage, Mobile, Buffalo as well as Triangle Opera (North Carolina and Wildwood Opera (Arkansas) and Opera North (New Hampshire).