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For many people, Sir John Tomlinson has been the most vocally and theatrically impressive Wotan in Wagner’s Ring Cycle since the days of the legendary Hans Hotter in the middle of the last century...
In January 2016, the Hampsong Foundation will launch an educational series on opera in which distinguished singers discuss in depth roles for which they have been famously acclaimed...
On Dec. 12, join us either in Chicago or online for a special 'Song of America' event featuring Thomas Hampson and the Song of America team...
Sign-up for our first 'Song of America' Educator's Workshop, to be held on Dec. 5, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan in collaboration with UMS-one of this year's winners of the National Medal of Arts!...
As part of our mandate to reach as wide an audience as possible with our 'Song of America' Educator Workshops and Events, the Hampsong Foundation is partnering with Manhattan School of Music's Distance Learning Department!...
SongFest is thrilled to be celebrating it's 20th anniversary season in 2016 with a new logo and their first CD under the newly minted SongFest Records. SongFest is now accepting applications for their summer 2016 program, taking place from May 28 to June 26...
Taking place Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2015, this year's BLW topic is "Masterfully Unhinged: Late Schumann and Late Fauré."...
Song: Mirror of the World airs on radio stations in the United States and in New Zealand! Tune in live via the Internet!...
From early engagements in 1957 up to his retirement in 1988, dramatic tenor Jon Vickers held audiences spellbound with the huge dynamic and expressive range of his singing and his powerfully gripping acting...
Check out this new resource, which links opera roles, operas, and composers to audio features in our archive where they are specifically discussed ...