Two performers’ paths meet again in Opera Maine’s ‘La Traviata’
JULY 2017 — The opera careers of Hidenori Inoue and Maria Natale crossed once again through Opera Maine’s production of La Traviata. Read full press coverage via the Press Herald and Maine Classical Beat.
Opera review: ‘American Dream’ addresses racism during World War II
JULY 2017 — Playing a dignified Makoto with his rich bass, Inoue performed the East Coast premiere of this contemporary opera by the living composer, Jack Perla. Read more via the Press Herald.
Once Upon A Time
MAY 2017 — Hidenori was highlighted by NYC’s well-known opera reviewer, Voce di Meche, as a “magnificent Don Magnifico” for his May performance in Rossini’s La Cenerentola. Read her review of his flawless performance, here.
A Master Recital
APRIL 2017 — Inoue, pictured with opera legends Susan Quittmeyer (left) and James Morris (right), gave his first solo recital for the Manhattan School of Music, to rave reviews from Voce de Meche.
Review: ‘Persée et Andromède’ Glows at Manhattan School of Music
MAY 2016 — Dubbed the smoky-voiced bass by the New York Times, Inoue executed the role of Monstre Cathos in this work by Jacques Ibert, going on to be listed in The New York Times as one of the Top 10 Vocal Performances of 2016. Learn more.