Douglas Von Edelmann cloaks his shimmering, velvety vocal timbre, and artistic, interpretive style with his debonair, handsome, and youthful magnetism on stage. Known for his role portrayals in Handel and Mozart operas, his versatility encompasses a vast array of operatic literature. His interpretive finesse in oratorio and concert repertoire embodies works by Bach to Beethoven and beyond. Mozart roles such as Tamino and Belmonte delineate the vocal flexibility and ease that Douglas is praised for by press and public alike. Coupled with Douglas’ illustrious vocal artistry are his acting gifts that bring an outstanding realism to his appearances in operatic roles.