Mike Eldred - Still in Love
Mike Eldred is one of North America’s most beloved tenors, thrilling audiences on Broadway, in concert halls, and on recordings, radio and television. Eldred appeared in LES MISERABLES on Broadway and across the US (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Schermerhorn Symphony Hall, and Aspen Theatre) as “Jean Valjean.” He was also on Broadway in the original cast of the Tony-nominated THE CIVIL WAR. He performed in the 25th anniversary national tour of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, and starred as “The Tenor” in the national concert tour of Handel’s MESSIAH ROCKS. Eldred’s starring role as “Tony” in the Nashville Symphony’s production of WEST SIDE STORY has earned international praise as “arguably the best ‘Tony’ on record”. The cast recording starring Mike Eldred on NAXOS International is recognized around the world.
An artist of tremendous depth and reach, Eldred’s diversity and generosity of spirit fuel the many facets of his career. He is increasingly interested in using his performances to raise awareness and funds for causes close to him. A benefit concert in Montana raised thousands of dollars for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).
In addition to numerous appearances on recordings and DVDs, Eldred has released three solo CDs that have garnered critical and popular acclaim. These include favorites from his years on Broadway, a holiday album, and a celebration of the music of John Denver, which he offers as a symphony pops concert. Eldred has performed in concert with most of North America’s finest symphony orchestras including Baltimore, Boston, Chautauqua, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Edmonton, Fort Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Long Beach, Milwaukee, Modesto, Naples, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, Seattle, Toronto and Vancouver.