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Richard Leech enjoys a warm relationship with Cincinnati audiences. It is not surprising therefore that the Cincinnati Opera has become his midwestern "artistic home". He has performed here since his debut in 1987 in Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann. The company welcomes his role debuts here as it did when he sang his first ever Riccardo in Verdi's Un ballo in maschera and his first Cavaradossi in Puccini's Tosca. At the company's 75th Anniversary celebration in 1995, Richard Leech, accompanied by piano, performed "An Evening with Richard Leech in Tribute to Mario Lanza", a programme which he sang to orchestral accompaniment in Chicago's Grant Park Festival in June, 1998. Below is a summary of Richard Leech's seasons with the Cincinnati Opera.

Les contes d'Hoffmann March 1987
Roméo et Juliette July 1989, July 1994
Un ballo in maschera (Role Debut) July 1991
Tosca (Role Debut) July 1993
Tribute to Mario Lanza June 1995


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