Page 111 - Classical Singer magazine 2019 Fall University Issue
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Baylor University School of Music is committed to excellence in academic pursuits and vocal performance for undergraduate and graduate students. Students have access to numerous scholarship awards and performance opportunities including opera, oratorio, chamber music, and recital performances. Pictured: Julia Powers and Jonathan Pinto at a recital performance in Carnegie Hall.
San Jose State University Opera Theater’s 1980s interpretation of La Cenerentola. Pictured: Jeremy Ryan (seated) with Daphne (a Miki dog) and Laura Barragan.
The Master’s University (TMU) School of Music produced Menotti’s The Telephone during their annual opera workshop with a 21st-century twist on this comic opera. TMU’s growing vocal department strives to build classically trained vocalists and well rounded musicians who excel in all areas of the music industry.
Vocal studies at Lewis & Clark College involve opportunities for lessons, collaboration through vocal performance workshops (music theatre or opera), and recitals. Students sing for peers, voice faculty, and critique each other in a supportive atmosphere, learning from each other’s strengths and gaining confidence in singing. 111

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