CCM grads, Louis Langrée in national publications

The November issue of Opera News mentions about two dozen CCM grads
The November issue of Opera News mentions about two dozen CCM grads

Two magazines are featuring Cincinnati musicians prominently in their February editions. CSO music director Louis Langrée is given a half-page spotlight in Vanity Fair, with the headline “Bonjour Cincinnati.” A photographer came to Cincinnati earlier this fall to photograph him in Springer Auditorium.

And Opera News mentions CCM alumni about two dozen times in its current issue — by faculty member Donna Loewy’s estimation. Here’s the list:

Opera Watch: Andrew Garland. appearing with the Boston Baroque and Seattle Opera; and Ric Furman, winner of the top award to a young Wagnerian from the Wagner Society of New York, who has been busy at Seattle Opera and sings in Germany this month.

Sound Bites: Catherine Martin has a nice feature written by Brian Kellow. She appears at Dayton Opera this month, as Sister Helen Prejean in Jake Heggie and Terrence McNally’s “Dead Man Walking.”

In Review: David McFerrin appeared with Boston Opera;  Nathan Stark was in An Italian in Algiers in San Jose Opera;

In Chicago, Norman Garrett was praised for his Jake in Porgy and Bess.

She spotted the great baritone Tom Fox in a Washington Concert Opera ad.

Recording reviews mention  Ian McEuen on the album With Blood, With Ink. David McFerrin turns up on MacMillan’s Clemency.

In Video, a full-page review of Aldridge Parables mentions Adriana Zabala. A video of Cavalli’s Elena notes Brendan Tuohy among the excellent singers.

Then there is Dateline, the listings of performances. Here we see:

Met, Feb. 28: Audrey Luna

Arizona, Feb. 1: David Adam Moore (Andrew Penning is also in this show)

Feb. 27: Sarah Tucker

Austin, Feb. 1: Luis Orozco (David Small is in the same production, but not named)

Dallas, Feb. 1: Craig Verm

Dayton, Feb. 27: Catherine Martin

Florida Grand, Feb. 12: Jason Slayden

Hawaii Opera, Feb. 13: Melody Moore

Houston Grand, Feb. 6: Sofia Selowsky

Juilliard Opera, Feb. 10: Andrew Stenson

Opera Parallele, Feb. 20: Catherine Cook

Michael Mayes

Opera Philadelphia, Feb. 6: David Daniels

Sarasota, Feb. 14: Sean Anderson

Seattle, Feb. 21: Deborah Nansteel

 

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