“The Music Department is delighted to announce the appointment of distinguished mezzo-soprano Meg Bragle as Resident Artist and Director of Vocal Studies. Ms. Bragle will direct Penn’s Opera Scenes and the new Collegium Musicum. She will also lead masterclasses, offer coachings, perform recitals, and visit classes.” — Read more at upenn.edu.
“This summer Caramoor will present operas from earlier periods. A concert performances of Handel’s “Atalanta” will feature Nicholas McGegan conducting the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra of San Francisco.” — Read more at The New York Times. Photo: Gregg Vigliotti for The New York Times
“Quigley said he would love working with the SPO and its board in their efforts. Though Quigley is based in Washington, D.C., and travels a great deal around the country for his musical work, he is excited about the opportunity to work in Spartanburg. Having spent time at the University of South Carolina, he said […]
Diversity marks the 2014 OBF’s next generation The first Oregon Bach Festival under new Artistic Director Matthew Halls includes a new emphasis on historically-informed performance, guests artists including the Canadian Brass, Eugene Ballet Company, and pianist Gabriela Montero in residency, and nine concerts in Portland. With themes of rebirth and creation weaving together choral masterworks […]