Eric Reddet is a French lyric tenor based in The Netherlands. A diverse performer, Eric has worked in different parts of the industry, from small intimate projects to working with The Platin Tenors for Andre Rieu and performing in front of thousands of people. His repertoire encompasses Verismo opera roles, Romantic oratorios, and songs. Recent performances have received critical acclaim for his combination of captivating singing and intense acting. Eric is also a passionate lied singer and regularly performs recitals in his intimate house concert series, as well as acting as co-creator of the vocal chamber music programmes ‘The Macaron Project’ with the pianist Abigail Richards.
Recent highlights of the season 2021/2022 include Don José (Carmen) for Opera Spanga, Turiddu (Cavalleria Rusticana) for Opera op het Hogeland, as well as Haarlem Opera project. Eric will make his debut as Canio (Pagliacci) alongside reprising the role of Turiddu for the Weekend Opera Utrecht at Tivoli Vredenburg .
In previous seasons, Eric has performed such roles as Danilo (Die Lustige Witwe), Luigi (Il Tabarro), Alfredo (La Traviata). He has also been active in the creation of “The Other”, a film-opera composed by Floris van Bergeijk for the Rosa Ensemble, featured as the main role of Espinoza.
Eric is an accomplished singer in Romantic oratorios such as Puccini Messa di Gloria under Gilles Michels, Verdi’s Requiem under Joan Berkhemer, Beethoven 9th Symphony under Walter Proost, Janacek’s Glagolitis Mass and Rachmaninov The Bells under Bas Pollard , Rossini‘s Petite Messe Solennelle and Stabat Mater under Ger Vos.
In the highlights of 2021/2022, Eric will sing several Verdi Requiems under Jesse van Hessen, Jurjen Hempel and Hans Lamers.
Eric is featured regularly on tv in different programs such as “Welcome to my world”, a look behind the scene in the world of Andre Rieu; “Maestro” as guest to perform Nessun Dorma and La Donna e Mobile under the candidates Lucas Hamming and Monic Hendrickx; and most recently in 3 episodes of “We Want More” where he made it to the final with the pianist Abigail Richards.