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Recent Auditions
Pacifica Singers
  Audition Type: Concert
  Role Type: Chorus
  Level: Emerging Professional

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond
  Audition Type: Church/Temple
  Role Type: Section Leader/Soloist
  Level: Professional

United States Air Force Band of Mid-America
  Audition Type: Concert
  Role Type: Chorus
  Level: Professional

  • CS, The Glass is Half Full
    (May 4, 2016 at 6:37 pm)

    By Michelle Latour   As singers, we learn very early to be extremely self-critical. In voice lessons, a good teacher diagnoses a technical problem and comes up with solutions to fix that problem. So early on, students learn that they are doing something wrong and that it needs to be fixed. In the university or conservatory setting, singers participate in semester-end juries whereby the voice faculty writes comments about what singers are doing well and inevitably, what they need to … Continue reading

  • CS, The Broadway of Doing Things
    (April 28, 2016 at 5:39 pm)

    By Jonathan Blalock   Before I ever knew about hit tunes such as “vissi d’arte” and “una furtiva lagrima,” I grew up listening to (and singing along with) songs like “Defying gravity” and “Oh what a beautiful morning.” I didn’t discover opera until I was an adult, and Broadway musicals were a natural step along the way as I evolved from a choir nerd to an opera singer. I never lost my love for The Great White Way, and as … Continue reading

  • CS, Soul Food
    (April 19, 2016 at 4:29 pm)

    By JACOPERA. Follow their regular blog at www.jacopera.com.   “Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome.” -Brene Brown   Being an opera singer is 1% glamour and 99% hard work.   Learning the notes, rhythms, languages, working on technique, going to coachings, auditions, competitions, being disciplined, taking care of your voice . . . all while being vulnerable and released when it really … Continue reading

  • CS, The Cantanti Project: Singers Creating Music for Singers
    (March 18, 2016 at 1:20 pm)

    With small opera companies dwindling in New York City because of lack of funding, it is unusual to see a small company spring up, survive, and grow. The Cantanti Project has defied these odds and recently presented a fully staged production of Handel’s Alcina on February 28, 2016.   Begun in 2015, the newly formed company, began with a small group of all female singers who performed a program of Strauss lieder and opera in Washington Heights, NYC at Holyrood … Continue reading




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