Originally brought to Broadway by Baz Luhrmann for the director's production of La Bohème
in 2002, operatic pop star Alfie Boe has since wowed audiences worldwide as Jean Valjean in the 25th anniversary concert for Les Miserables
and in the English National Opera production of the show. He's also scored hits with solo CDs mixing classic arias with Great American Songbook and Broadway tunes, like "Someone to Watch Over Me" and "Maria," while throwing in a duet with Robert Plant for good measure. Meanwhile, "the Bad Boy of Opera" has managed to land songs on the Downton Abbey
soundtrack, sing "O Sole Mio" for the Queen's Jubilee and is set to release yet another CD Storyteller
, coming hot on the heels of an autobiography and a 2011 disc. He'll slow down just long enough to make a concert appearance at the Palace of Fine Arts.
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