Spring is full of exciting performances!
On March 21 I gave a recital of acoustic/electroacoustic works for voice at SUNY Fredonia. Thank you to Rob Deemer and Paul Coleman for bringing me back to your lovely school.
March 23 was the premiere of Jung Sun Kang's Mad Gardener's Song with Eastman Composers' Sinfonietta. I was the soloist (text by Lewis Carroll), with Jerry Hou conducting magnificently, as usual.
On April 5 I got to sing Feist's "Lonely Lonely" with the super talented, all-around wonderful Sean Connors on his faculty recital at University of Wisconsin Stevens Point.
TOMORROW (April 11) I get to sing Steve Reich's brilliant work Tehillim, with the outstanding Brad Lubman conducting. What a thrill!!! It's so nice to be back in Rochester, and to sing in such a great hall.
Later this month I get to work with Dr. Julie Hobbs, (Wonder Woman) and Rosalie Gilbert-two excellent musicians who happen to live in Stevens Point (lucky me!). We will perform George Crumb's Federico's Little Songs for Children at both Lawrence University and University of Wisconsin Stevens Point.
The last concert in April is a piece by the extremely talented composer Baljinder Sekhon II, who happens to be a good friend. On April 25 I will sing Twelve Virtues with UWSPercussion Ensemble. I will also sing this piece at the University of Maryland in May, with Lee Hinkle and his ensemble.
Visit my calendar page for details of upcoming performances at Eastman, University of Maryland and University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
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