Questions on Opera performance, repertoire, vocal technique, acting for opera. I have some 20 years experience in opera in both leading roles and chorus. I have sung with New York City Opera since 1981. I have studied voice in NYC for over 20 years and have also taught technique and coached singers in acting.
|Anna Wang||01/28/16||10||10||10||Your advice is so helpful! I will .....|
|Anna Wang||01/27/16||10||10||10||Thanks so much for answering my questions! .....|
|George||11/18/15||10||10||10||Thank you very much – a cogent and .....|
|Pat||08/15/15||10||10||10||Yes, David and I corresponded last week .....|
Hi Anna, It sounds like you have a beautiful voice - I would take their advice and keep studying. You may improve faster or a little slower - but you'll be able to tell you are on the right track sooner
Hi Anna, This is a hard question to answer - because it depends on your talent, how good your voice is, and how much you want to make opera/classical music your career. Certainly in the "business"
Hi George, Here are some of the versions I found... Offenbach originally wrote it in two acts - only later did he expand it to four acts. http://www.britannica.com/topic/Orpheus-in-the-Underworld
Hi Denise, You ask a lot of good questions. I'll try my best to answer. I don't believe there is a big difference between a lyric coloratura and light lyric coloratura. And I don't believe the
Hi Pat, I just spoke with my teacher and mentor, David Jones and he suggested Dr. Julia Hunt Nielsen who teaches the Swedish/Italian technique in San Francisco. I have also met Julia at a number of