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Dolter was the winner of one of eleven top prizes in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Regional Auditions and won the Premio Galeffi at Italy’s Concorso Internazional per Voci Verdiane in 1984. He made his European debut in 1985. In 1986 Dolter won first place in the International Vocal Competition of Ghent, Belgium. His reputation was further established by operatic and concert appearances in Europe and the United States. By 1997, he had appeared in more than thirty-five roles as the leading baritone with the Bremen Opera in Germany.
A noted concert singer and recitalist, Dolter appeared in the United States with the Phoenix Symphony, Tucson Symphony, and the Utah Symphony. In Europe, he performed with the Bremen Philharmonic, West Deutsche Ruodfunk Orchestra and the Sinfonica Hungarica. Operatic appearances in the United States included Carnegie Hall, Pittsburgh Opera, Arizona Opera, and the New Jersey State Opera.
In 2009 Dolter was the Director of Texas Tech University's Music Theater and Associate Professor of Music. He had appeared in more than eighty professional operatic roles and more than twenty-five musical theater portrayals. For TTU Music Theatre, he directed more than twenty major productions of musicals and operas since 1998.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gf5MQqOtO2k Gerald Dolter singing.