Steven Tharp Performs "The Great American Songbook" for SCT Sunday Songbook Series

“Under the idea that ‘no song is safe from me’,” he jokes, “I have put together a program that ranges from George Gershwin and Cole Porter, through vaudeville and up to contemporary composers like Paul Simon and Peter Allen."

Randy Stewart, KSMU
Friends Crowd Debussy at His Own Festival
"There were also some fine singers, like Steven Tharp, who brought a distinctively warm, firm tenor to Fauré's 'Bonne Chanson'' and Désiré-Emile Inghelbrecht's ''Au Jardin de l'Infante'."
Anne Midgette, New York Times
Doomed Lovers in Another Telling
"Steven Tharp…brought supple lyricism and a heroic fervor to role of Tristan."
Anthony Tommasini, New York Times
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