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Each summer we are visited by some of the best collaborative pianists in the industry; they join us from across the country bringing their musicianship, language specialties, and love and knowledge of the operatic repertoire, which infuse each production with the musical nuance you’ve come to expect at Wolf Trap. They work in the rehearsal
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Wolf Trap Opera – Blog.. by Lee Anne Myslewski - 1w ago
Things are cooking over here at Wolf Trap Opera. (And I’m not referring the weather, nor to the awesome baked goods that are appearing in the offices and rehearsal rooms…many of our artists seems to have kitchen-focused hobbies, and while my clothes may be protesting my tummy is celebrating their culinary prowess!) This week we
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In the studio… In addition to their onstage assignments, Wolf Trap Opera Studio Artists participate in a career-building curriculum designed especially for them. WTO’s guest faculty have specific areas of expertise and are able to provide insight on what is expected of them from the industry at large.   Deborah Birnbaum is an internationally established voice
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This is a short update, to both apologize for the lack of posting and to fill you in – albeit briefly – on our doings here at WTO. As you can see from the schedule above, we’re at critical mass. Each color represents a different project, each column represents a different space: rehearsals, fittings, coachings,
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Imagine this: you’re a young singer, recently armed with a diploma that attests to the time and energy you’ve spent over the last six years. That piece of paper represents hours of practice time, language coachings, stage time at your university, scholarly papers submitted and countless tests taken and passed. Now what? How do you
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Wolf Trap Opera – Blog.. by Lee Anne Myslewski - 2M ago
We were delighted to welcome our first group of artists to Wolf Trap Opera this weekend. It wasn’t a moment too soon! Our winter and spring workflows are robust, but it’s quiet work. We have many colleagues and patrons who ask what we do outside the summer season, whether we’re employed year-round, and how we
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Wolf Trap Opera has gone through some changes in the last month! With Kim Witman’s retirement, we’ve restructured a bit and added some team members. This month, we’re going to introduce you to your new WTO team. Lee Anne Myslewski first got to know WTO through their Internship program; she was a participant in 2004,
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We’re taking a break from staff introductions to give a well-deserved shout-out to a number of Wolf Trap Opera alums who were honored for their artistry this spring. Roll out the red carpet! Soprano Ailyn Pérez (2006) was honored in April as a recipient of the 14th Annual Opera News Awards. Baritone Will Liverman (2015,
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Wolf Trap Opera has gone through some changes in the last month! With Kim Witman’s retirement, we’ve restructured a bit and added some team members. In April, we’re going to introduce you to your new WTO team. Morgan Brophy is no stranger to Wolf Trap Opera artists and patrons; she joined the team in 2014
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Wolf Trap Opera has gone through some changes in the last month! With Kim Witman’s retirement, we’ve restructured a bit and added some team members. In April, we’re going to introduce you to your new WTO team. Rachel Stanton is our new Assistant Director, Artistic Operations.  While she just officially joined our team this spring, Rachel is well known to us: she’s been an important part of our seasonal team since 2016! Rachel brings a love of systems, data and logistics to our operation. Between seeing 98 Degrees

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