12PM – 1PM
World-renowned Wagner soprano and Director of the American Wagner Project, Luana DeVol offers the public a glimpse into how to become a Wagner singer. Luana will work with some of this year’s IYDV singers on repertoire from the great Wagner operas.
1PM – 2PM
Thomas Muraco has earned accolades through a combination of technical virtuosity, tonal beauty, and a unique understanding of the underlying poetry of music. His performances in major concert halls throughout the United States, Canada, Central America, Europe, and Asia reflect his command of a repertoire remarkable for its complete range of musical styles, periods and forms.
2PM – 3PM
Baritone Darrell Babidge graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music in the U.K. where he was recognized with four awards and performed the roles of Nottingham (Roberto Devereux), Man (Dawnpath), and Lionel (Maid of Orleans).
3PM – 4PM
World-renowned mezzo-soprano and General Director of the Institute for Young Dramatic Voices, Dolora Zajick offers the public a glimpse into the inner workings of the vocal training program. Dolora will work with some of this year’s singers on repertoire that they have been preparing during the program.