Rescheduled to January 22; originally scheduled for October 30.
A discussion with baritone Christòpheren Nomura about his journey from the San Francisco Boys Choir to appearing on Broadway, and the various fascinating stops along the way. You might remember Christòpheren from his extraordinary and powerful performances at the 2018 Mendocino Music Festival, of the Brahms Four Serious Songs, and in baritone solos in Beethoven Symphony No. 9.
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Live from his living room in New York, pianist Spencer Myer gives us a glimpse into his insights and process, including the nitty-gritty of practice. …
Join Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert as they explore the beautiful world of poetry in song, and find out what inspires and motivates some of the gr…
[Part 1 of 2] With images and recordings, Susan Waterfall will guide us into a deeper appreciation of the Debussy Préludes, Book I.
Contemporary a cappella group Side Note will give a breakdown of how the group has run virtual rehearsal and recording during the pandemic.
[Part 2 of 2] With images and recordings, Susan Waterfall will guide us into a deeper appreciation of the Debussy Préludes Book I.
Join vocalist Kim Nalley and Artistic Director Allan Pollack as they discuss the history of jazz, blues and pop singing.
Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert talk with baritone Christòpheren Nomura about his journey from the San Francisco Boys Choir to Broadway, and variou…