It is indeed a very powerful voice, entirely understandably he now already is seen as one with the best voices. In the opera world, he will be classified as an tenor altino:

It is a type of tenor voice with a compass not much wider than that of the coeval baritenor, but able to sustain far higher tessiture.

It means that the basic range remained substantially the classic one, from C₃ to C₅: only the best baritenors, however, were able to reach up to such heights and used to pass anyway to the falsettone (or strengthened falsetto) register about on G₄; for tenori contraltini, on the other hand, the threshold of the passage to the falsettone register rose a tone/a tone and a half, and they could so easily reach C₅ but often up to E₅, or even, exceptionally, to F₅.

The real difference, however, consisted in the tessitura, or the pitch range that most frequently occurs within the given piece of music and where the artist is called upon to execute syllabic singing with the best sound results.


Tiera Guinn is just 22 years old and she’s already working for NASA.

As a Rocket Structural Design and Analysis Engineer for the Space Launch System that aerospace company Boeing is building for NASA, Guinn designs and analyzes parts of a rocket that she said will be one of the biggest and most powerful in history.

Guinn, whose career trajectory seems like a sequel to the much-acclaimed “Hidden Figures” movie, has been aspiring to become an aerospace engineer since she was a child.

Source: This 22-Year-Old Is Already An Engineer At NASA | The Huffington Post

Raymond Wang is only 17 years old, but he’s already helping to build a healthier future. Using fluid dynamics, he created computational simulations of how air moves on airplanes, and what he found is disturbing — when a person sneezes on a plane, the airflow actually helps to spread pathogens to other passengers. Wang shares an unforgettable animation of how a sneeze travels inside a plane cabin as well as his prize-winning solution: a small, fin-shaped device that increases fresh airflow in airplanes..

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Our fourth annual Innovator 25 North America expands this year to the Americas to include Latin America and Canada. This year’s innovators made the cut because they’re producing work that points to the future of marketing and communications. We’ve heard the buzzwords words many times — courageous, authentic, game-changing, shareable, sticky — these 25, in some capacity, have put these into action.

Source: Innovator 25 Americas 2016 | Holmes Report