Page 108 - Classical Singer magazine 2019 Fall University Issue
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University Faces
Ball State University presented Don Giovanni
in March 2019 with direction by Jon Truitt and conducted by Douglas Droste. Pictured (L to R): Rory Wallace as Don Ottavio, Julianna Shamel as Donna Elvira, and Mindy Wesley as Donna Anna
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Voice Area is an inclusive and collaborative community which partners with professional organizations in student mentorship, revealing individual artists of all vocal styles and fostering future performers, pedagogues, and leaders in the arts. Pictured: Emanuel Camacho as Tito in La clemenza di Tito, April 2019.
Santa Clara University’s vocal programs include both musical theatre and classical styles. Students study singing, acting, and dance and perform in annual musicals, workshops, concerts, plays, and dance performances. Alumni are on Broadway, national tours, and working as educators and performing arts managers. Pictured: students in a masterclass with Taye Diggs, February 2019.
Voice students at Washington State University celebrate a successful year of innovative programming including choral concerts; recitals; young artist and NATS competitions; masterclasses with Cynthia Lawrence, Mark Calkins, and Max Mendez; performances at Spokane’s Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox; and the spring opera production of The Merry Wives of Windsor.
108 Classical Singer | September/October 2019
photo by Samantha Strahan
photo by Kaleigh Rae Photography

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