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University Faces
The University of Utah Voice Area prepares students for careers in vocal performance, whether on the stage or in teaching. Students engage in a variety of academic and performance experiences that encompass opera, oratorio, and art song as well as concert literature, providing hands-on opportunities to learn vocal technique and stagecraft.
Peabody Institute’s Opera Theatre presented Puccini’s Il trittico in March 2019, under the baton of Joseph Young and with stage direction by Garnett Bruce. Pictured: Daniel Sampson as Rinuccio and Katie Christenbury as Lauretta in the third act of Gianni Schicchi.
The Vocal Arts Program at Bard College Conservatory of Music was thrilled to host soprano Renée Fleming for a masterclass in November 2018. Pictured (L to R): Jonathon Comfort, Wayne Paul, SarahAnn Duffy, Renée Fleming, Margaret Tigue, and Paulina Swierczek.
University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance master’s degree students Andrew Lipian (left) and Antona Yost (right) in the March 2019 performance of Alcina at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in Ann Arbor. The performance of Handel’s opera was presented by the University Opera Theatre and University Philharmonia Orchestra.
At NYU Steinhardt, world-renowned faculty drawn from New York’s top professional vocalists will help you gain both a sustainable vocal technique and a foundation in dramatic interpretation, preparing you for a full range of professional career opportunities. Pictured: Dialogues of the Carmelites, March 2018.
The University of Georgia Opera Theatre program, which is part of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music, produces two full productions annually collaborating with the UGA Symphony Orchestra and choral department. Pictured: the spring production of Don Pasquale.
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