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Celebrating Classical Music and Cuisine

by Julie Lyn Barber



Thomas Meglioranza is an award-winning American baritone whose highlights from the 2016–17 season included a Hugo Wolf recital at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, J.C.F. Bach’s solo cantata “Pygmalion” with Ars Lyrica Houston, the role of St. John in Louis Karchin’s Jane Eyre with the Center for Contemporary Opera, and a debut with the New York New Music Ensemble singing James Primosch’s Dark the Star. He is also a visiting artist in voice at the Longy School of Music of Bard College.

But when he isn’t singing or thinking about music, he is probably thinking about food, cooking, writing about food, or musing on which of his 500 cookbooks he might crack open for ideas about what to cook for Thanksgiving 2018.

This passion for all things food related led Meglioranza to become a frequent poster on the food discussion website Chowhound.com in the late 1990s. The site was the brainchild of another musician, jazz trombonist Jim Leff. Meglioranza and Leff becam...
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