Upcoming Engagements

Lyric Opera of Chicago
October 1, 5, 9 (matinee), 13, 16 (matinee), & 22, 2016M/em>
Mime, Mem>Das Rheingold

Don José, Carmen
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Lyric Opera of Chicago
December 10, 12, & 14, 2016
January 6, 8 (matinee), 12 (matinee), 14, 17, 22 (matinee), 25 (matinee), & 27, 2017
Monostatos, The Magic Flute
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Los Angeles Opera
February 18 & 25, 2017
March 2, 5 (matinee), 16, & 19 (matinee), 2017
First Jew, Salome
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Recital (Los Angeles)
El Camino College Marsee Auditorium
March 3, 2017 at 8:00pm
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Los Angeles Opera
March 25 & 30, 2017
April 2 (matinee), 6, 9 (matinee), & 15, 2017
Spalanzani, The Tales of Hoffmann
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Seattle Opera
May 6, 7 (matinee), 10, 13, 14 (matinee), 17, 19, & 20 (matinee), 2017
Monostatos, The Magic Flute
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MAW, Santa Barbara – Day Thirty4-6

Day Thirty6, July 27- Sunday
BBQ Beach Party at Leadbetter Beach in Santa Barbara. Ate good food, played Volleyball with other musicians, and had a great time. Rented some more movies with new account (mine), and will watch South Park at the 1925 House Dorm with other friends.

Day Thirty5, July 26 – Saturday
First of all, I didn’t win in the Marilyn Horne Foundation Competition. I sang Adelaide really well. Les Berceaux could have been better. I only held the last note (ber-CEAUX) for 3 beats instead of 6, and it was not a very good low note. As for La Danza, I didn’t hold the “A” for 8 counts, but only for 3, as well. Overall, I was happy that I was able to sing my songs very well. Meagan Latham, mezzo-soprano, won 1st place (she is playing Marcellina in Marriage of Figaro). There were five encouragement awards: 3 sopranos, 1 mezzo and 1 baritone. After the competition, we ate at Cafe del Sol, and went to a club called Hades on State St. For the rest of the night, we hung out at Cate Rec-Center.

Day Thirty4, July 25 – Friday
Coached the Witch Scene with Churchwell. He helped a lot in the clarity of the text and interpretation. Coached my competition songs with Warren Jones. He was EXTREMELY helpful to all my pieces, and because of him, I got my confidence back in singing my songs. Mona and Nathaniel both attended the “Carama” Masterclass. I learned more from the Masterclass that during my individual lesson. I realized that maybe it was Fred’s approach that had discrepancy. I will still see him in another lesson, and we’ll see if I’ll be able to grasp his ideas.

P.S.
Sorry for the lateness of the update. I didn’t have time to drop by the computer lab.

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