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Event Series Acting Art Song

Acting Art Song: A Workshop

University of Maryland College Park, MD, United States

Acting Art Song is designed as a general introduction for undergraduate and graduate voice students to develop the necessary research, analytical, and performance skills to confidently engage with art song as a multi-faceted repertoire. In addition to in-class song coachings, Acting Art Song will cover such topics as creating song style maps, analyzing poetic texts, defining clear song protagonists, and physically embodying art song in performance.

Event Series Acting Art Song

Acting Art Song: A Workshop

University of Maryland College Park, MD, United States

Acting Art Song is designed as a general introduction for undergraduate and graduate voice students to develop the necessary research, analytical, and performance skills to confidently engage with art song as a multi-faceted repertoire. In addition to in-class song coachings, Acting Art Song will cover such topics as creating song style maps, analyzing poetic texts, defining clear song protagonists, and physically embodying art song in performance.

Event Series Acting Art Song

Acting Art Song: A Workshop

University of Maryland College Park, MD, United States

Acting Art Song is designed as a general introduction for undergraduate and graduate voice students to develop the necessary research, analytical, and performance skills to confidently engage with art song as a multi-faceted repertoire. In addition to in-class song coachings, Acting Art Song will cover such topics as creating song style maps, analyzing poetic texts, defining clear song protagonists, and physically embodying art song in performance.

Unearthing a Self-Curated Nachlass: A General Survey of Luise Adolpha Le Beau’s Published Lieder

Cohen-Davison Family Theatre 1 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD

This DMA lecture recital will provide an overview of the published Lieder opuses of Romantic-era composer Luise Adolpha Le Beau (1850-1927). With the support of a Presser Graduate Award, this research project began over a year ago, as I undertook archival research to explore Le Beau's relationship to song in Berlin, Karlsruhe, and Baden-Baden from March to June 2022. In collaboration with Hui-Chuan Chen (piano), we will perform excerpts from Le Beau's published song repertoire, and I will discuss the socio-cultural, historical, and musical elements of Le Beau's Lieder oeuvre.

Peabody Commencement Ceremony

Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University 1 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD, United States

On Wednesday, May 24th, I will graduate from Peabody Insitute with a Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice and a Master of Music in Musicology. I am also excited to be a featured performer at the Commencement Ceremony, where I will present two songs by French composer Mel (Mélanie) Bonis (1858-1937). 

Performance Salon: Saudade

The Lucid Body House 230 Lexington Ave, New York City, NY, United States

I am excited to participate in an Impact Theatre Performance Salon, curated by Jonathan Bock, at The Lucid Body House in New York City. The theme of the evening is Saudade, a Portuguese/Brazilian word that denotes feelings of longing, melancholy, or nostalgia.