Page 109 - Classical Singer magazine 2019 Fall University Issue
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The Commencement Eve Concert is a campus favorite put on to celebrate the graduates of Ithaca College. The IC Choir shares several selections, threaded between differing ensembles with seamless transitions between a range of styles, genres, and groups. The choir is under the direction of Janet Galván.
Pictured: Gabrielle Arencibia in Puccini’s Suor Angelica at the Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art at the Catholic University of America, November 2018. Undergraduate programs include a BM in vocal performance. Graduate programs include an MM or DMA in vocal performance or vocal pedagogy.
University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) Opera Studio produced Carlisle Floyd’s Susannah in November 2018, featuring soprano Megan Taves. UMD offers an MM and BM in vocal performance and vocal music education as well as a bachelor of arts degree. UMD supports a vibrant arts community where students benefit from personal attention and rigorous music education.
Lauren Steinert is a vocal performance major at Moravian College—a private, liberal arts college in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. In this candid photo Steinert, the choir president, is performing in the annual Moravian Vespers service alongside her peers. They all embody the Moravian camaraderie and musical excellence that our college was built upon in 1742.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s November 2018 production of Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea was a challenging and valuable undertaking, sung in Italian with an ensemble of period instruments including theorbo, Baroque harp, Baroque strings, and recorders. Pictured: Benjamin Galvin as Seneca.
Performance major Gabriella Klotz sings for community members at the Dayton Metro Library in October 2018. At the University of Dayton, Klotz studied with Minnita Daniel-Cox and participated in the Dayton Opera Apprentice Program by singing in the Dayton Opera production of Turandot in May 2018. 109
photo by Sheryl Sinkow

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