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Anthony Roth Costanzo confounds expectations of how a man should sound / WHYY

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Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo's ARC debut solo album pairing arias of Philip Glass and Handel on Decca Gold happens in conjunction with an hour-long, live interdisciplinary installation presented by the avant-garde fashion/art company VISIONAIRE and producer CATH BRITTAN. First appearing at the Opera Philadelphia's Festival O18 (at the Barnes Foundation) on September 22-23, 30, and set for New York City (produced with National Sawdust at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, who co-present) on November 26-27 brings together an unprecedented collaboration from the worlds of art, fashion, dance, and film. 

On WHYY: Philadelphia - Articulate, host Jim Cotter explores; The Highs of Masculinity with Costanzo. When the countertenor sings, he confounds expectations of how a man should sound.  WATCH THE SEGMENT