"It really drives me crazy when opera singers bash choir or hate on their time in choir when they were younger, and I'm like, "Why?! You're good at this now because of that!""
Tune in to this week's episode to hear Ryan and award-winning dramatic soprano, Felicia Moore, geek out about Westminster Choir College while they talk about the good, bad, and ugly of finding the right voice teacher, truly owning your voice and your body, and hear Ryan crown Felicia the "Lizzo of Opera" while discussing diversity on stage and the need for singers of all shapes and sizes.
This installment of Keep Calm and Choir On features Revolution, guillotines, and true stories from Francis Poulenc's "Dialogues des Carmélites" as well as Gustav Mahler's "Resurrection" Symphony (No. 2), and a dramatic reading of the goliath forces it requires from Dennis Shrock's "Choral Repertoire."
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