Does being a modern opera singer require you to be more than a walking voice? There are many ways to train actors that are being applied to opera today and we speak with Patrick Eakin Young the Artistic Director of Opera Erratica, is developing work using the acting technique known as ‘Viewpoints.” Also we discuss:…Continue reading Podcast 15, Opera Acting Technique
LISTEN TO PODCAST 13 We interview Cori Ellison and ask “What is a dramaturg?” And we talk with Matthew Harris the composer of A Child’s Christmas in Wales which will be performed by Chelsea Opera Dec 16, 2011. And News from: Dicapo Opera is performing Tchaikovsky “Iolanta“ Encompass New Opera Theater’s “Holidays at Home“ OperaOggi…Continue reading DramaWHA? Cori Ellison on Dramatugy. Holiday Events.
What did you do this summer? We talk about Summer Vocal Institutes with singer Kristin Goodkin, who was at the Tyrolean Opera Program, and we interview it’s Founding Director Elizabeth Bachman, and Roger Malouf faculty member of The Bel Canto Institute.
We interview two composers who have works being performed in New Haven as part of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas: David T. Little composer of Soldier Songs Jeff Meyers composer of Maren of Vardo. Credits: beginning and ending music is from Soldier Songs: Music and libretto by David T. Little, David Adam Moore,…Continue reading Podcast 7: Soldier Songs and Maren of Vardo
We have a great show full of interviews and tons of talk. First we tackle an overview of VOX with some lively discussion between Peter and Noah An interview with Christopher Cerrone with soundclips from rehearsals for “Invisible Cities” A Double interview with Ben Yarmolinsky and Gina Crusco about Clarence and Anita (yes Clarence Thomas…Continue reading Podcast 6: Invisible Cities, Clarence and Anita, VOX 2011 feedback