We close our season with a celebration of singing. From Jessie Montgomery’s exploration of the U.S. anthem, Banner, we move to Copland’s classic Old American Songs. Finally, we close our season with Beethoven’s towering Symphony No. 9, ending with the iconic Ode to Joy. Featuring the DSSO, the DSSO Chorus and a quartet of vocal soloists, our performance marks the end of the DSSO’s Beethoven Project.
Sarah Lawrence is enjoying a widely varied career. Her rapidly expanding repertoire includes oratorio, operetta, opera and musical theatre. The release of her CD, Sweet Hello, marks her debut as a recording artist.
Establishing himself as a successful performer in opera, oratorio, and musical theatre repertoire, tenor, Gennard Lombardozzi has been heard on stages throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.
A native of Duluth, French-born, Greek-American mezzo-soprano Georgia Jacobson debuts this season with Kentucky Opera as Tisbe in La Cenerentola and Maggie in The Gift of the Magi.
Baritone Cory J. Renbarger has performed with companies such as Florida Grand Opera, Dayton Opera, Opera Theater Festival in Lucca, Italy, Minnesota Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, and others.