Podcast 72: Chabrelle Williams and Arnold Livingston Geis

We are joined via Zoom by Arnold Geis who is a Los Angeles based tenor and performer for Film, Television, video games, and opera companies around the world and Soprano Chabrelle Williams who is an an avid arts advocate, and three-time District winner of the New York Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. They were both…Continue reading Podcast 72: Chabrelle Williams and Arnold Livingston Geis

REVIEW: Leonore

Review by Gregory Moomjy According to legend, a rather high-profile gaffe occurred at the world premiere of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.  At that time, he was almost completely deaf.  However, regardless of his hearing, Beethoven was never one to write for the voice.  Consequently, during rehearsals the Maestro faced many a disgruntled soprano who could not…Continue reading REVIEW: Leonore

Podcast 71: Matt Gray and Mila Henry from “The” American Opera Project

Matt Gray & Mila Henry from The American Opera Project (@aopopera on Facebook and Instagram) tell our usual suspects all about the Composers & the Voice training program which is in it’s 10th session of 2 year fellows, AOP’s Collaboration with the NYU Opera Lab and the family and schooling that shaped their lives and careers as creative…Continue reading Podcast 71: Matt Gray and Mila Henry from “The” American Opera Project