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Friday, May 27, 2011

Jane Marsh @ Buck Hill-Skytop Festival June 1

An honor to be invited to the Buck Hill-Skytop Festival next week. Opera, chamber music and contemporary activities there sound to be a perking for a strong festival on the horizon, and I am delighted to be part of the festival!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

May 26 Il Trittico Death Scenes @ Met Opera Guild

The large public attendance at the May 19 Puccini Death Scenes launch of the Met Opera Guild's SUMMER SERIES clearly shows that the public can't get enough of the Guild's innovative planning.
May 26 at 2:00 PM offers the operas of Il Trittico, apropos the same Puccini Death Scenes theme. Join me!

Tickets - 212 - 769-7028 or www.metguild.org

Friday, May 20, 2011

SUMMER SERIES @ MetGuild.org

What a lovely honor to have launched the Met Opera Guild's new SUMMER SERIES yesterday, May 19, the theme having been Puccini "Death Scenes"-starring Madame Butterfly and Liu (Turandot). The well sold hall clearly states that the public never tires of the Guilds innovations, even during the summer months. More to come next week. Stay tuned!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Jane Marsh - Met Opera Guild’s Summer Series

Beware of Sharp Objects
May 19 – 2:00 PM
Met Opera Guild – Puccini Death Scenes
Singing Puccini is hard, but the challenges go beyond singing. Jane Marsh explains in her May 19th lecture Rose Building Sixth Floor - Lincoln Center New York
Tickets in Advance: $20.00 - 212-769-7028
Tickets at the Door: $25.00 - Subject to Availability

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

The Met Opera Guild's May 1 Gourmet Recitalist

Sunday, May 1, the Met Opera Guild's Masterly Singing Series featured three very talented singers in a Recital Master Class with Master Teacher & M.C. Jane Marsh
Claire Coolen - Soprano
Amber Smoke - Mezzo
Elizabeth Beers Kataria - Soprano
Congratulations to the singers, who honored seven elegant and eclectic composers, who are featured composers in the Metropolitan Opera's 2010/11 Season.
“Cooking up” a recital program is like planning a dinner party menu for CONNOISSEURS. You want a menu (a program) that not only appeases the sophistication of your guests’ tastes (your public), but also accentuates you-requiring accoutrements, décor, ambiance ingredients, theatrics, and proportion, all of which make up an individual and appropriate “look” for you and the particular occasion. Our “look” for THE GOURMET RECITALIST PROGRAM was an exposé of three singers in a potpourri of elegant, diverse and vocally showcased songs, from seven of this and next season’s Met Opera roster composers, creating the necessary SINGLE GROUP INGREDIENTS on which to build an entire recital program.

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