This 2012 portrait provided by Arielle Doneson shows tenor Michael Fabiano in New York. On Monday, April 8, 2013, Fabiano will make his highest-profile New York appearance yet, singing the role of Oronte in Verdi's “I Lombardi” in concert with the Opera Orchestra of New York at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Fabiano will be rememberd by music lovers who have seen “The Audition,” the documentary about a vocal competition at the Metropolitan Opera, as the dark, almost brooding presence who stands out in sharp contrast to his chipper, smiling fellow contestants. (AP Photo/Arielle Doneson)

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This 2012 portrait provided by Arielle Doneson shows tenor Michael Fabiano in New York. On Monday, April 8, 2013, Fabiano will make his highest-profile New York appearance yet, singing the role of Oronte in Verdi's “I Lombardi” in concert with the Opera Orchestra of New York at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Fabiano will be rememberd by music lovers who have seen “The Audition,” the documentary about a vocal competition at the Metropolitan Opera, as the dark, almost brooding presence who stands out in sharp contrast to his chipper, smiling fellow contestants. (AP Photo/Arielle Doneson)
This 2012 portrait provided by Arielle Doneson shows tenor Michael Fabiano in New York. On Monday, April 8, 2013, Fabiano will make his highest-profile New York appearance yet, singing the role of Oronte in Verdi's “I Lombardi” in concert with the Opera Orchestra of New York at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Fabiano will be rememberd by music lovers who have seen “The Audition,” the documentary about a vocal competition at the Metropolitan Opera, as the dark, almost brooding presence who stands out in sharp contrast to his chipper, smiling fellow contestants. (AP Photo/Arielle Doneson)
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