-Laurence Vittes, Bachtrack
The Canterville Ghost (Mrs. Otis), LA OPERA 2018.
"We create because it allows us to open up our souls and give life. Artists breathe life into the world by exposing their deepest sentiments and realizing their need to connect."
We are so grateful that we are able to bring art into the world in the time of a pandemic, political and social unrest. We believe that art can help bring focus and change to that moment. You are now able to stream our on demand performance; now available from the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival through October 10th. Your ticket price will help cover all over our tangible expenses to make the production and The Hochstein School of Music, Blackfriars Theatre, and Black Lives Matter. We hope you will enjoy our show and help bring positive change to the word. We had so much fun making this show and it was an incredible shared experience!
Ticket Link: https://www.rochesterfringe.com/tickets-and-shows/contemporary-musicians-guide-to-modern-love
What would have been one of my favorite summers in Savannah will have to wait as the heals from the pandemic. I miss Savannah with all my heart. The restaurants, the food, the coffee, the people, the beautiful places...and the music.
Thankfully, The Savannah Voice Festival is taking a different "stage," by bring the virtual program, "Art Matters," into our homes. In June, I recorded with my dear friend, Matthew Marco, at the beautiful site of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Buffalo, NY. Like many of my colleagues, we recorded arias, art songs, and more on our own devices. After much creativity with sound and video editing; the festival is presenting a series of fun and stunning online events that will satisfy your at home artistic palate.
I hope you can tune in and watch all of the events, streamed for free! If you can't make on; try watching again the next day!
For more details, please visit the links and join us!
I can't wait to get back to Savannah soon!:)