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Check out this new resource, which links opera roles, operas, and composers to audio features in our archive where they are specifically discussed ...
Jan. 12, 2015: In the coming weeks, Thomas Hampson will give master classes in New York City, Boston, and Princeton, NJ...
SongFest is accepting applications for their summer 2015 program, taking place from May 30 to June 28. Apply now!...
The Hampsong Foundation is proud to support the Baltimore Lieder Weekend (BLW) 2014, which is on the topic of "le chant wagnérien" - Richard Wagner and his influence on French composers....
In February 2009, Spanish soprano Monserrat Caballé made a special appearance in Chicago where, at the age of 75, she gave a concert of opera, song and zarazuela selections, and just before the event she recorded a telephone conversation with Jon Tolansky for WFMT...
On July 3, Thomas Hampson will present the concert "Poets and Patriotism: The 200th Birthday of the Star-Spangled Banner." Read more about this concert on the Library of Congress website...
June 11, 2014: To celebrate Richard Strauss' 150th birthday, the Hampsong Foundation has launched a new resource: "Richard Strauss: A Life Never Without Song," currently featured on the homepage of the Hampsong Foundation website....
This searchable collection includes more than 1,125 music manuscripts representing the work of 640 professional and amateur composers. These works comprise art songs, songs associated with World War I, lullabies, patriotic songs, and popular tunes...
On February 5, 2014, the Library of Congress launched "Songs of America", a web presentation which brings forward 80,000 digitized artifacts to explore America’s history through the prism of song....