When asked to define himself, Richard Michael Fox says that he is “a body of infinite consciousness of sovereign being creating a very rich human experience.”
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He works as a waiter, has been a hairdresser, a professional model, studied landscape architecture at University of Toronto and practised in St. John’s. He co-owned a catering company, managed private estates in California, survived a stroke, owns two harpsichords, and has lived in his jeep to facilitate his dreams. “I am here to experience life,” he says. Fox has played Riff Raff in “The Rocky Horror Show,” King Herod in “Jesus Christ Superstar,” has been showcased as the host in a series of Burlesque shows for Neighbourhood Dance Works at the LSPU Hall and the Majestic Theatre. As an up and coming countertenor, Fox is devoting this phase of his life to the pursuit of bel-canto in spite of his severe deafness. His first solo album “Behind the Mask” features Baroque repertoire, arranged and directed by Fox and featuring the Atlantic String Quartet with Leslee Heys on harpsichord. Click here to listen to "He shall feed his flock"