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Ralph Schatzki has always loved to sing and has been performing music for most of his life. A music major in college, he later attended law school and became a member of the Connecticut Bar. He then enrolled in graduate music studies and performed several lead roles in his school's opera productions. He later participated in apprentice programs with the opera companies in Miami, Sarasota and Chautauqua, culminating in receiving the Richard F. Gold Career Grant for singers.


He then began working as an attorney but shortly thereafter moved with his family to Bangkok, Thailand, his wife's home. There, he began his third career as a teacher, working at an international school as an instructor in high school mathematics. He continued to sing, as well, performing many concerts, recitals and oratorios, and becoming a key figure with the Bangkok Opera when it was conceived in 2001. While there, he performed the roles of Don Giovanni, Amonasro (Aida), das Sprecher (Magic Flute) and three roles in two world premieres. He also performed the role of Scarpia (Tosca) with the opera companies of Malaysia and Singapore.



Returning to the United States, he continues to perform, appearing with several companies, including : Taconic Opera, Chelsea Opera, Center City Opera New Jersey State Opera, Empire Opera, Garden State Opera, Center Stage Opera, Capitol Heights Lyric Opera, and Espresso Opera. He has also undertaken his fourth career as a freelance writer.

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