january, 2021

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28jan7:00 pmPortland Opera 20/21 Resident Artist SeriesPresented by Portland Opera

Portland Opera Resident Artists

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Event Details

Portland Opera is thrilled to continue the resident artist program this year, including recitals featuring the 20/21 Portland Opera Resident Artists. Traditionally held at Portland Art Museum, the series this year will be broadcast live from the Hampton Opera Center. Each performance will feature two or more Portland Opera Resident Artists, sharing solo pieces, duets, and ensembles, along with new Resident Artist Coach and collaborative pianist Joseph Williams.

ACCESSING THE SERIES
This series will be available for free on our Portland Opera Vimeo and YouTube channels. It is only available online, and there is no need to RSVP or register.

Approximately 60 minutes, without an intermission.

Thursday, January 28 | 7 PM
Soprano Lynnesha Crump
Tenor David Morgans Sanchez
Pianist Joseph Williams

Thursday, February 11 | 7 PM
Bass Edwin Jhamal Davis
Ensemble including all Portland Opera Resident Artists
Pianist Joseph Williams

Thursday, February 25 | 7 PM
Bass Edwin Jhamal Davis
Ensemble including all Portland Opera Resident Artists
Pianist Joseph Williams

Portland Opera is delighted to announce the five artists joining the company’s Resident Artist program for the 2020/21 season: soprano Lynnesha Crump, mezzo-soprano Jasmine Johnson, tenor David Morgans Sanchez, baritone Michael Parham, and bass Edwin Jhamal Davis. Portland Opera established the Resident Artist Program in 2005 and each year, 4-6 singers join the company for a rigorous residency and training program. Since its inception, more than 35 artists have participated in the program. More than 50% of the artists who have completed the program in the last 10 years are now singing professionally, and program alumni work with opera companies nationally and internationally.

The 2020/21 Portland Opera Resident Artists (PORA) will work with numerous faculty members in voice lessons, musical coaching, language classes, drama and role study, and movement instruction. These faculty members include Chorus Master & Assistant Conductor Nicholas Fox, PORA Coach Joseph William,  Teaching Artist in Residence and voice teacher Daniel Mobbs, Italian teacher Angela Zagarella, and yoga teacher Alison Wesley. The artists will also work with additional guest faculty throughout the season, including Portland Opera Artistic Advisors Damien Geter and Karen Slack, and will be featured in various performance activities.

Portland Opera takes the health and wellbeing of the resident artists and their collaborators seriously. Testing and protocols are in place to launch and sustain the adapted 20/21 resident artist program. As part of the company’s commitment to the health and wellbeing of the staff, artists, company, and audience members, Portland Opera has engaged a team of medical advisors to work with staff members to review all safety procedures and protocols on an ongoing basis during the pandemic.

Time

(Thursday) 7:00 pm

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