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Tom performs ,,Zwangvolle Plage!”, Mime’s opening aria from Wagner’s “Siegfried” alongside Dr. Michael Fennelly, pianist.

Performed as part of the George London Foundation Competition Finals, February 25, 2022 in the Gilder Lehrman Hall at the Morgan Library & Museum. 225 Madison Ave, NYC.

The competition was filmed and edited live by the team at Skillman Music.
Tom performs “The Aria of the Worm” from John Corigliano’s 1991 opera The Ghosts of Versailles at the finals concert of the Premiere Opera Foundation International Vocal Competition / NYIOP International Casting Auditions, in which he was awarded 1st place.

Dec 11, 2021
“All’idea di quel metallo,” the act I duet from Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville

Performed as part of the Livermore Valley Opera’s 30th Anniversary Gala “Celebrate!” at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore, CA.

Figaro – Robert Mellon
Almaviva – Thomas Cilluffo

Conducted by LVO’s musical director, Maestro Alexander Katsman

October, 2021
Thomas Cilluffo performs another Selfie Opera. This time, the opening scene to Wagner’s Siegfried.


Mime, a Dwarven Craftsman, is alone in the woods attempting to forge a mighty sword for his young ward, the demi-god Siegfried, grandson of Wotan. Mime forges this sword in the hopes that Siegfried will use it to slay Fafner, the terrible dragon who guards over the Dwarves stolen treasures, and with it, the infamous Ring of Power.


MIME: Thomas Cilluffo – tenor

Orchestration: Jay John Heitmann
YouTube: “Jay John Heitmann Music”

Orchestral digital remastering: J.P. Wogaman II

Artistic Consultant / Tattoo Artist: Franny Kromminga

Fall 2021
Tom performs a self-produced and socially-distanced “Selfie Opera” of the final scene in Pagliacci, known as “The Play.”

This video was released on Halloween morning, 2020.

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