Saturday, 2 March 2013


Charles Eliasch, the U.K.’s sensational baritone, to perform exclusive debut at the world-famous Carnegie Hall on Easter Sunday

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Description: Macintosh HD:Users:megan:Desktop:CHARLES ELIASCH[1].jpgWHAT:           With talent far beyond ordinary and an extensive education rich in the United Kingdom’s top programs, classically-trained baritone and thespian, Charles Eliasch, will make his Carnegie Hall debut on Easter Sunday. Charles’ extraordinary achievements have prepared him for this spectacular debut, which will include classical arias and duets such as “Ma Rendi Pur Contento” by Bellini, “Deh Vieni Alla Finestra” by Mozart, “Pour un Baiser” by Tosti, among many others. He will be accompanied by Mikayla Sager and Sophia Dimitrova in duets and Martin Yazdzik on the piano.

WHEN:           Sunday, March 31
                        Performance time: 2:00 PM
                        Ticket cost: $30

WHERE:         Carnegie Hall, Weil Recital Hall
                        881 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10019
                        (212) 247-7800

CONTACT:    Patty Freedman, or Anastastia,
Andrew Freedman PR, (310) 271-0011

WHAT ELSE: Charles is currently offered an unconditional place at the prestigious Royal Welsh College of Music. He completed his high school education at The Harrow School in Middlesex and spent summers at the Italia Conti Academy and London’s Central School of Speech and Drama, where he prepared for roles in Don Juan, The Wind in the Willows an the Tempest. Charles’ first leading role was as Ophelia in Hamlet. He has also played Demetrius in A Midsummer’s Night Dream, Mr. Spettigue in Charles’ Aunt, Maniac in Accidental Death of an Anarchist and The Narrator in Stephen Berkoff’s The Trial.

                        Charles relocated to New York City in order to pursue his operatic studies. Since then, the counter tenor turned baritone has performed in productions of Magic Flute (Papageno), The Marriage of Figaro (Figaro), Hansel and Gretel (Father), L’Elixir de l’Amour (Belcore) and in Rodelinda (Bertarido).

                        Eliasch recently made his feature-film debut in The Gun, the Cake and the Butterfly, a docu-drama based on the life of his mother, playwright, photographer and fashion editor of Genlux Magazine, Amanda Eliasch. He also played the role of the virtuoso pianist in the film’s stage version, As I Like It in London and Los Angeles.

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