Baritone Shakti Pherwani is an actor-singer-dancer, specializing in Musical Theater and Opera.


Shakti's recent performances include the roles of Count Robinson from Cimarosa's 'Il Matrimonio Segreto' performed in Scheggino and Lugnano, Italy. He also sang Le Fauteuil from Ravel's L’enfant et les sortileges, Vincent Jones/Mr. Olsen in Kurt Weill's Street Scene and  Crébillon in Puccini's La Rondine in Varna, Bulgaria.

Shakti's previous engagements include singing the role of Ben (The Telephone, Menotti and he was selected from young artists around the world to be a Caux Artist at the Caux Palace, Switzerland in 2015.

In 2016, Shakti and his dance partner were selected to be part of the Debutante Committee at the 60th Viennese Opera Ball- and they were the first ever Indians to be part of the Opening Ceremony held at the Wiener Staatsoper, Vienna.

His previous performances include playing Scrooge's adorable nephew Fred in the NCPA's A Christmas Carol, adapted and directed by Avaan Patel and a four‐city tour of Giving Voice Society's Opera production featuring an all-Indian cast, Dido and Aeneas, directed by Rehaan Engineer.

When he isn't performing, Shakti designs, photographs, works with children's musicals and edits a writer's blog.






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