Fred Redd

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Fred Redd  has over 300 performances in concert, opera, musical theatre, radio, and television nationally and internationally.  As soloist, he’s graced the main stages of Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center on numerous occasions including a Live from Lincoln Center telecast. His Off-Broadway credits include the title role in "Emperor Jones", as King Herod in "Sunset Salome", and Aruhm in the "Satin Cloak".  In 2022, Fred is featured in two films produced by Voza Rivera in the supporting roles of Andrew Young  in a "Different Kind of King" and as Barbara Jordan's grandfather in "Barbara Jordan: I Dared to Dream".  He has performed Broadway concerts in Kingston and with The Phoenicia Festival of the Voice in NY This year, he will also be performing his first Wagner role as Wotan in "Das Rheingold" among other concerts and galas.

Fred returned to New York City Opera in 2019 as a featured artist in the world premiere Stonewall in Lincoln Center. In 2021, in another world premiere, Fred created James, a central character in "Martinsville 7" with Trilogy Opera.  London's "Opera Now" magazine described Fred as "a compelling vocal actor" and in the Eugene O’Neill review as having "an excellent voice".  He is a video producer as well asw consultant.  Fred is a board member with William Warfield and Concert Artist Guild organizations. In addition to his music studies, Fred has earned engineering and MBA degrees and freelance engineer and business executive based in NYC. He’s also an athlete having completed over 20 triathalons, 4 marathons and recently a 2-time Ironman finisher