Baritone Brian Mextorf’s 2018/19 season included a role debut singing Raphael in Creation, a recital with the Brooklyn Art Song Society singing Barber’s Despite and Still, op. 41, four iterations of the bass solos in Mozart’s Requiem including a performance at Alice Tully Hall, a return to Carnegie Hall as bass soloist in Haydn’s Missa in Tempore Belli, and additional performances with
Praised for her vocal agility and clear tone, Minneapolis based soprano, Anna Christofaro, is gaining recognition as an interpreter of a wide range of repertoire from early to contemporary music. She performed on the 2018 GRAMMY nominated album, Tyberg Masses, with the South Dakota Chorale. Other highlights include performing at the Olavsfestagene Festival in Trondheim, Norway with the GRAMMY award-winning ensemble, Conspirare, and
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Bethany College alumna and Kansas-born mezzo-soprano, Danielle Rohr, has been praised internationally for her gorgeous timbre and charismatic presence. She opened the 2018/2019 season with Theater Koblenz (Germany), where she made her debut in the title role of Rossini’s La Cenerentola. In the previous three seasons as a principal artist with Theater Pforzheim (Germany), her appearances