To this day he has sung over 600 performances of the work in many cities including Aachen and Cologne. John Cashmores portrayal of the "Celebrant" in Bernstein's "Mass", is world reknown. Performances of the work have been with the WDR Rundfunkorchester directed by Helmut Froschauer in the Kölner Philharmonie, this performance was recorded and later relayed on WDR 3 and 4 radio, the Philharmonische Orchester der Staatsoper Hamburg directed by Ingo Metzmacher in the Musikhalle Hamburg, the Philharmonische Orchester Bremen, directed by Wayne Marshall and with the Deutsche Symphonie Orchestra directed by Kent Nagano in the Berlin Philharmonie, the Rumanien Radio Orchestra directed by Wayne Marshal in 2007, 2008 with the Basel Simphionetta directed by Karen Kamensek and in 2009 with the Lüneburg Theater directed by Joachim Vogelsänger and Urs-Michael Theus . In May 2002 John Cashmore appeared again in concert with the WDR Rundfunkorchester to sing "Tony" in Leonard Bernstein's "WestSide Story". Performances included the cities of Aachen, Heerlen (NL), and Recklinghausen.
In 2007 John Cashmore played “Bing Crossby” in the WDR Production “Hello Mr. Crossby” in the Köln Philharmonie. The demands for John Cashmore's particular musical talent has led to appearances in numerous major galas, television and radio programmes across Europe. He appeared as a guest of Jose Carreras in Carreras's German television show and is frequently heard on BBCRadio 2 as one of "Friday Night is Music Night's" star singers. John has also produced works such as the Musical “Gaudi”, the Musical “Licence 4 two” and “Mass” Apart from numerous galas and concerts the highlight of 2009 is John Cashmores new Scottish program „Songs of Scotland “, where in August the premiere in Stolberg near to Aachen will take place.
A further concert tour is planned in 2009 and 2010 and parallel to this a CD „Songs of Scotland “ will be launched onto the market. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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