I have definitely enjoyed my stay here in Innsbruck, and taking part in this wonderful production led by our fearless leader Fr. Ks. Fassbaender (she officially has more abbreviations in front of her name when it's written officially, but I'm afraid I don't know what they all mean). I generally don't ask for autographs from people I've actually worked with regardless of how famous they are, but after a couple glasses of wine and a celebratory spirit I apparently don't mind so much. Good luck reading her handwriting...It's in German anyway...

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Now, I will head briefly back to Luzern before indulging in my first ever actual vacation, albeit a short one to the Black Forest. Then back to Munich for a repeat performance of Carmina Burana, which I performed two years ago with the Münchner Motettenchor...

"Todd Boyce, with his bright and yet striking baritone, dominated all facets between delicate greeting of spring, hot-blooded erotic desire, and earthy drunkeness." -Klaus Kalchschmid, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 12/8/2010

"The same praise goes for the young baritone, Todd Boyce, who carried most of the soloistic weight in the Carmina Burana and who made the success complete with [his] flexible voice and complete creative deployment." Tobias Hell, nmz online, 12/8/2010

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