Teachers and Coaches

Teachers and Coaches

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BSR MEMBER VOICE TEACHERS AND COACHES

*** BOSTON CITY ***

Brendan P. Buckley tenor, Voice Teacher – bpbuckley82@gmail.com , Jamaica Plain MA
Professional singer and voice teacher, with over 10 years of teaching experience.   Students of all ages, from young children to adults accepted.  Former students have gone on to study voice in college, and continue to sing in recitals and performances.  Lessons are tailored to each student, using their strengths to address areas that need improvement.  Lessons include ear training, theory, performance practice and solid singing technique, guaranteed to keep students singing for years.  Repertoire includes classical, music theater, folk, pop and jazz.  Mr. Buckley has performed throughout New England and the Boston area, including the Nashua Symphony, Opera Boston, and Boston Opera Collaborative.  He holds a Master’s degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy from The Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor’s degree, cum laude, in Music at The University of Massachusetts-Amherst, with further study at the Scuola Italia in Urbania, Italy.  For more information, please visit www.brendanpbuckley.com.

Holly Chatham – Vocal Coach holly.chatham@yale.edu; www.hollychatham.com; Boston (Back Bay) and New Haven.  Vocal Coach at Yale University and nationally recognized pianist/early keyboardist, specializing in oratorio, art song, performance practice, early to new music. DMA Rutgers University; MM Indiana University. 

Jean Danton, soprano, Voice Teacher, Acting Coach, Recording Artist; Private studio in Malden, MA-781-322-5554: jeandanton@comcast.net; www.jeandanton.com  Faculty: New England Conservatory (Adult Education Division), Boston College, Salem State University, and Eastern Nazarene College.  I teach all levels and focus on developing a healthy vocal technique for classical, music theatre, pop, and jazz styles.  Basic acting skills are also taught so that each singer has training in communicating their text, telling a story, and becoming a complete artist.  I help to free the instrument to discover each singer’s unique voice.  Training as a singing actor includes monologue work, stage presence, staging of pieces, and audition and recital preparation.  Ms. Danton has performed throughout the United States and Europe including soloist with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops, Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, American Repertory Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, New England Light Opera, and Associazione Culturale in Italy.  Ms. Danton has several solo recordings with Albany Records, Newport Classic, and New England Light Opera.  Television credits include PBS and Lifetime documentaries. 

Kathleen Flynn, soprano; kpmflynn@hotmail.com 347-256-5457, Somerville, MA
Nationally recognized performer and teacher with eighteen years teaching experience. Teaching beginning to advanced students of voice. Convenient Harvard Square/Davis Square, Somerville studio.
Focusing on a healthy and sustainable vocal technique with attention to breath, resonance, flexibility and clarity of communication. Classical, musical theater and some popular music. DMA, SUNY Stony Brook; MA and Juilliard Opera Center, the Juilliard School; Diploma in Operatic Studies, University of Toronto; BMUS, Dalhousie University. Rates: $60 per hour.

Bülent Güneralp, baritone;  GuneralpVoiceStudio@gmail.com. Studios in Somerville and Quincy, MA. Experienced professional classical singer and instructor, Bülent Güneralp, is offering voice/singing lessons using a natural, easy-to-understand, experience-based, holistic and scientific method. The aim is to freely express the natural and style-free voice, which can be consciously applied to any musical style. No previous singing experience is necessary. Adults and children of all ages, voice types, backgrounds and levels from beginner to professional are welcome. Mr. Güneralp is a versatile singer at home in diverse styles from opera to Broadway, spirituals to jazz. He studied opera at The Istanbul University State Conservatory, came to the US upon the invitation of conductor William Thomas, continued his studies at Longy School of Music, and graduated from The Boston Conservatory. Further information can be found at www.bulentguneralp.com.

Angela Jajko, Audition Coaching and Consultations, angelajajko@hotmail.com, Newton, MA.
Drawing from over twenty years of experience in the performing world, Angel Jajko offers comprehensive audition coaching and consultation service in her studio in Newton, MA, for all parts of the auditioning process, including coachings, resume consultations, and resume formatting for both professionals and students.  "Singing for people who are seeing and hearing you for the first time is always different from singing for people who know you well.  Voice teachers and coaches who know your progress won't necessarily experience your singing the way first-time listeners do.  I won't touch your technique or interfere with your teacher's vocal plan:  we'll talk about where you are right now, what you do best, what to capitalize on, repertoire options, presentation, character, energy, story-telling, and body awareness.  The more information you have, the more you can find your own optimal path."  Sessions available include First Impressions Coaching, College Admissions Coaching,  Brush-Up Coaching, and Resume Consultations, including assembly and formatting services.   Coachings last from 1/2 hour to 2 hours, depending on materials covered.  Accompanist available.  Rates vary from $25-$200 depending on the type of sessino and individual needs.  Please visit www.angelajajko.com

Noune Karapetian, soprano;  nounek@hotmail.com  Belmont, MA
Teaching children ages 6 and up and adults. All levels beginner to professional. Teaching in many styles, including musical theater, pop, jazz, rock and classical. Over 20 years of professional singing and 17 years of teaching experience. I focus on vocal technique, breath management, natural resonance, making the singing as efficient an act as speaking, communicating the text and telling a story from the heart. Finalist of many major competitions including Met National Council Auditions, Liederkranz Competition, Classical Singer Competition -Professional Division.  Sang leading roles with Granite State Opera, Opera Boston, Pacific Repertory Opera and others.  I make lessons fun, I am skilled, patient and encouraging. Two student recitals a year.  NATS member. Easy access by bus from anywhere via Harvard Square. Please contact for info about rates.  www.nounekarapetian.com

Sondra Kelly - Voice teacher and Coach - sonjopera@gmail.com, Boston and Stoughton, MA.  International mezzo-soprano including the Metropolitain Opera and voice teacher with 26 years experience.  Studios in downtown Boston, Stoughton, MA and on the faculty at New Jersey City University.  Primarily teach opera singers.  For more information, please email or visit web site at www.sondrakelly.com.

Carolyn Kingston, soprano;617-484-9248; Belmont, MA cckvoice@comcast.net
Voice Teacher, Vocal Coach for speakers. MM Indiana University; Certification, McClosky Institute of Voice. For 29 years I was on the faculties of New England Conservatory Schools of Prep and Continuing Ed, and the Powers Music School. Over the years I have developed a multi-disciplinary approach to teaching. Basic vocal exercises are combined with easy-to perform body movement derived from Yoga and Tai Chi to expand a singer’s freedom, flexibility and self-expression. Currently teaching in my home studio in Belmont. All ages and abilities welcome. Further information at www.carolynkingston.com

Phil Lauriat, Voice Teacher and Coach p_lauriat@comcast.net  “Phil Lauriat is a terrific coach who makes it his goal to get the best sound from you” said Monica Yunus, Metropolitan Opera. I have openings in my Newton Corner studio for technique and/or coatings. My technique is simple: Loose, Open, Supported. You’re looking for a teacher to give you great technique – no mind games. That’s what I do. I am very good at making good technique clear, correcting vocal problems, and preparing young professionals for serious careers. Healthy singing comes first!  I have worked technique with all levels of singer – from motivated beginner to Metropolitan Opera singers. I know what real-world voices are like, and what opera companies want.  Contact:  p_lauriat@comcast.net

Mark Lee, Voice & Sight-singing Teacher; markwlee@comcast.net, Boston and Malden, MA
Malden, MA, Ph. (781) 397-6825. Faculty, New England Conservatory, Adult Education Division. MM from NEC, BME from CMSU. Additional work at Oberlin and Conservatoire National de Nice, France. Rotary scholar. My teaching approach blends the best of traditional methods with new, innovative techniques from ongoing Voice Research. Careful attention is given to the student's learning style, and personal training goals. I have taught singers in Boston for over 16 years, both in voice and sight-singing. Students of all levels welcome. Special rates available for students on Tuesdays between 10 am and 4 pm

Brandon Martinez - Voice Teacher: brandonmartinez@hotmail.com, Boston, MA. Private voice teacher with two locations in Boston that holds students who range from beginner to professional and who sing all genres of music.  Current students have sung with Tanglewood Chorus, Boston Opera Collaborative, Greater Worcester Opera, Opera Boston, Harvard Early Music, and many more.  Others hold church jobs, teach music, sing in bands, tour in musicals, and have placed in vocal competitions.  No matter your vocal ability or goals, you will learn a healthy and structured technique for singing that will enhance and improve your instrument.  M.M. Vocal Performance and M.M. Vocal Pedagogy from New England Conservatory and B.M. Vocal Performance from Texas Christian University.  National member of NATS and the Boston chapter and on faculty at the Cape Cod Conservatory. For more information please visit www.brandonvoice.com

Christopher Aaron Smith, tenor , christopheraaronsmith@gmail.com 617-543-4797, Boston, MA
Christopher Aaron Smith, tenor, is seeking new students who love to sing and want to explore their passion for music. With nearly a decade of private voice teaching experience, Chris has worked with students of all voice types, all age ranges, all aspirations and experience levels, and in many different styles.  His students have progressed in competitions such as the American Idol and Classical Singer Competitions, appeared in regional theater productions, on the operatic and concert stages, and been admitted to prestigious conservatory and young artist training programs.  A graduate of the New England Conservatory and active performer himself, Chris has sung leading roles with companies across New England and throughout the Midwest and has won awards at the Metropolitan Opera Auditions among many other competitions.  Lessons are $50/hour.  To schedule or for inquiries, please call 617-543-4797 or e-mail christopheraaronsmith@gmail.com.

David Walther http://www.classicalsinger.net/walther, davidwalther@earthlink.net, Roslindale, MA
Bass Baritone and Voice Teacher, Roslindale, MA:Juilliard graduate, over 25 years of teaching experience including workshops, classes and private lessons: helping singers rid themselves of vocal tensions so that they can access their own inner musicality and emotive abilities. Studied voice with Oren Brown and Jerome Hines. MA in voice from Trenton State Teachers College. Artistic director of The Acting Singers Project. 60$ an hour; partial hour and class rates available. (617) 325-7745

Patrice Williamson, Voice teacher and Jazz vocalist.  pwjazzytri@gmail.com;  www.riverlily.com, Watertown, MA.  Award wwinning jazz performer. Over 15 years teaching experience.  Vocal technique and breath management.  Specializes in jazz repertoire and improvisation (scat singing).  Students of all levels welcome.  MM from the New England Conservatory of Music. BM from the University of Tennesee.  Studio accessible by bus via Harvard Square.

*** BOSTON NORTH ***

Jim and Maggi Dalton's Singing String Music Studio; http://www.singingstring.org/JD/studio.html 978-744-4833
Salem, MA; Lessons in Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar, Mandocello, Ukelele, Bouzouki, Tin Whistle, Theory, Ear Training, Improvisation, Composition. Email: ssm@singingstring.org

Jean Danton, soprano, Voice Teacher, Acting Coach, Recording Artist; Private studio in Malden, MA-781-322-5554:jeandanton@comcast.netwww.jeandanton.com  Faculty: New England Conservatory (Adult Education Division), Boston College, Salem State University, and Eastern Nazarene College.  I teach all levels and focus on developing a healthy vocal technique for classical, music theatre, pop, and jazz styles.  Basic acting skills are also taught so that each singer has training in communicating their text, telling a story, and becoming a complete artist.  I help to free the instrument to discover each singer’s unique voice.  Training as a singing actor includes monologue work, stage presence, staging of pieces, and audition and recital preparation.  Ms. Danton has performed throughout the United States and Europe including soloist with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops, Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, American Repertory Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, New England Light Opera, and Associazione Culturale in Italy.  Ms. Danton has several solo recordings with Albany Records, Newport Classic, and New England Light Opera.  Television credits include PBS and Lifetime documentaries. 

The DiBa Voice Studio; www.dibaunlimited.com, matt@dibaunlimited.com 781-439-4707 Medford, MA. "I owe a great deal of my success to Matthew DiBattista." (Joseph Kaiser, Metropolitan Opera)  Offering current national performing, educational, networking and college teaching experience to performers of all levels and styles.  Recently described as “brilliant” and “Mega-talented” by Opera News, Tenor, Matt DiBattista performs as principle artist with the Metropolitan Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Boston Lyric Opera, Opera Boston, as well as major symphonies, festivals, and conductors across the U.S. and abroad.  Former study with Penelope Bitzas (BU) and Tom Baresel (CCM). Competitive rates and easy access to Medford by MBTA or Rt. 93, near Tufts and Medford Square.

Courtney Huffman, soprano; courtneyhuffman@gmail.com, (309) 826-3679; Andover, MA.
Nationally recognized vocalist and vocal instructor. Experienced in teaching both private study and show choir/mixed choral groups. Provides performance training for all ages wanting to sing popular music, musical theater, sacred music, and opera. Build a strong foundation in vocal technique, breathing fundamentals, stage presence, diction, interpretation, range development and reading music. Grounded in Alexander Technique fundamentals, helping to free your body and voice from excess tension. Short and long term study available. Will teach in your home .www.courtneyhuffman.com

Nancy Leinonen Howells, soprano; nancy@nlhowells.com , Maynard, MA
7 Garfield Street, Maynard, MA 01754, Ph: 978-897 2751, Tteaching in private studio in Maynard. Currently on faculty at Indian Hill Music Center, Littleton. DMA from the University of Michigan. 20 years teaching experience. Beginners welcome. Emphasis on healthy vocal production and "owning your own voice." No students younger than 14. Classical, broadway teens to adults. Rates available upon request. www.nlhowells.com

Phil Lauriat, Voice Teacher and Coach p_lauriat@comcast.net “Phil Lauriat is a terrific coach who makes it his goal to get the best sound from you” said Monica Yunus, Metropolitan Opera. I have openings in my New Hampshire studios for technique and/or coatings. My technique is simple: Loose, Open, Supported. You’re looking for a teacher to give you great technique – no mind games. That’s what I do. I am very good at making good technique clear, correcting vocal problems, and preparing young professionals for serious careers. Healthy singing comes first! I have worked technique with all levels of singer – from motivated beginner to Metropolitan Opera singers. I know what real-world voices are like, and what opera companies want. Contact: p_lauriat@comcast.net

Mark Lee, Voice & Sight-singing Teacher; markwlee@comcast.net, Boston and Malden, MA
Malden, MA, Ph. (781) 397-6825. Faculty, New England Conservatory, Adult Education Division. MM from NEC, BME from CMSU. Additional work at Oberlin and Conservatoire National de Nice, France. Rotary scholar. My teaching approach blends the best of traditional methods with new, innovative techniques from ongoing Voice Research. Careful attention is given to the student's learning style, and personal training goals. I have taught singers in Boston for over 16 years, both in voice and sight-singing. Students of all levels welcome. Special rates available for students on Tuesdays between 10 am and 4 pm

*** BOSTON SOUTH AND CAPE COD ***

Evelyn Czaja, lyric mezzo-soprano; www.evevoicestudio.com admin@evevoicestudio.com  Cohasset, MA
Cohasset, MA; Twenty years experience teaching in Chicago and now in Boston area. Formerly on the faculty of Boston Conservatory Extension Programs. Prices: $50/55 min; $40/45 min. Classical, musical theater and some popular music. Includes musical coaching and vocal repair. Beginners to professional. Members, please see BSR Directory for complete resume.

Sondra Kelly- Voice teacher and Coach- sonjopera@gmail.com, Boston and Stoughton, MA.
International mezzo-soprano including the Metropolitan Opera and voice teacher with 26 years experience.
Studios in downtown Boston, Stoughton, MA, and on the faculty at New Jersey City University. Primarily teach opera singers. For more information, please visit web site at www.sondrakelly.com or email.

Mena Levit, Vocal Art Studio, Wayland, MA menaqueen@verizon.net 508-653-5347
Internationally recognized performer, teacher and vocal coach, over 20 years of teaching experience. Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy. Classical to Popular music. Wide variety of genres, styles and languages - Italian, German, English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian. Member of National Association of Teachers of Singing. Member of Actor Equity Association. All levels and ages are welcome!

Laurie Monahan, mezzo-soprano, 617-481-2862. monahan46@comcast.net
Private voice studio in Quincy, MA on Redline. On the faculty at Longy School of Music specializing in early music repertories. Also have a special affinity for contemporary classical repertories. If it's music, though, I'm interested! Member of the vocal ensemble, Tapestry, www.tapestryboston05.com Beginning to advanced students welcome. Teaching emphasis is in finding the natural center to your voice as part of the whole body, integration with the breath, muscular strengthening and then applying those foundational elements to the repertory of your choice.

*** BOSTON WEST ***

Molly Jo Bessey, soprano; mjbessey@yahoo.com , Waltham, MA
Ph: 781-642-1181, $28.00 for 30 min $39.00 for 45 min $50.00 for 60 min website: www.mjsmusicschool.com

Teresa Winner Blume, soprano www.TeresaWinnerBlume.com  Needham, MA 
Private vocal instruction, ages 13 to adult.  Successful singer and performer.  Friendly, encouraging, skilled and supportive teacher.  Loves helping her students to: Unleash tension, integrate breath, body and mind, and find your OWN unique, best and most beautiful voice!   Establish a strong technical foundation to support all styles, to sing sincerely and expressively in practice and performance.  Explore classical, opera, operetta, art song, concert, musical theater (classic and contemporary), church and popular music.  Language strengths: English, French, Italian, German.  Piano proficient.  Ms. Blume was most recently one of 14 semi-finalists in the NATS Artist Awards Professional Vocalist competition.  M.M. /P.C. Eastman School of Music, B.M. University of Illinois at Urbana, member of NATS.

Laryssa Doohovskoy LaryssaL@aol.com 978-841-5960 Acton, MA.
BM New England Conservatory, MM University of Miami. Experienced in teaching at all levels and voice types. Ages 13-adult. Please contact for more information. www.skoymusic.com

Bonnie Pomfret, sopranobpomfret@bu.edu 781-850-5616, private studio in Wayland MA.
Let your voice soar! Caring, experienced voice teacher will help you develop your unique sound and increase vocal endurance through the release of energy-sapping TENSIONS, improved alignment, and appoggio breathing. Develop skill and confidence in a positive work atmosphere. 
Former students are singing in numerous opera companies and in the recent national tour of Wicked and include a Grammy winner in jazz.Coaching all major singing languages as well as standard and non-standard repertoire, Bonnie Pomfret teaches classical and Broadway, and has sung in the U.S., Europe, and Asia as a classical soprano and holds the DM from Indiana University, MM from Boston Conservatory, and BM in voice and piano from the Musikhochschule Freiburg, Germany.       www.bonniepomfret.com

Angeliki Theoharis, angelikitheoharis@gmail.com Voice teacher/performer, Shrewsbury, MA. Over 20 years teaching experience, currently on faculty of Worcester State University.  Lesson Rates $35/30 min; $50/45 minutes, $65/hour. 508-757-8515 http://angelikitheoharis.com


*** MASSACHUSETTS CENTRAL ***


*** MASSACHUSETTS WEST ***

*** CONNECTICUT ***

Holly Chatham – Vocal Coachholly.chatham@yale.edu; www.hollychatham.com; Boston (Back Bay) and New Haven.  Vocal Coach at Yale University and nationally recognized pianist/early keyboardist, specializing in oratorio, art song, performance practice, early to new music. DMA Rutgers University; MM Indiana University. 

Valerie Nicolosi, mezzo soprano, valnic33@sbcglobal.net, Voluntown and Mystic, CT and E. Greenwich, RI.
Teaching students ages ten and older. Always wanted to learn how to sing? How about read music? Presenting the basics of healthy vocal technique and sight-singing. Three studio classes and recitals a year, all students partake in music theory / sight-singing studies. Fun, friendly, and supportive environment. Rates: 40$ hour, 20$ half hour. Teaching locations:Tuesdays: Providence, RI: Friday and Saturdays: East Greenwich, RI: Thursdays, Voluntown, CT: Wednesdays: Mystic, CT. 860-334-2269 www.valerienicolosi.com

*** MAINE ***

*** NEW HAMPSHIRE ***

Janice Edwards, mezzo soprano; studio@janiceedwards.com, Manchester, NH
83 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH Tel/fax: 603/268-0992, Cell: 603/801-0649, Voice Teacher and Vocal Coach. Thorough instruction from beginner to advanced levels on technical aspects of singing including breath management, finding your resonance and expressiveness/interpretation. Over 25 years experience as a professional singer and teacher in Europe and in the U.S. Currently on the voice faculty of Plymouth State College in NH. www.JaniceEdwards.com/studio.html

*** RHODE ISLAND ***

Valerie Nicolosi, mezzo soprano, valnic33@sbcglobal.net
Teaching students ages ten and older. Always wanted to learn how to sing? How about read music? Presenting the basics of healthy vocal technique and sight-singing. Three studio classes and recitals a year, all students partake in music theory / sight-singing studies. Fun, friendly, and supportive environment. Rates: 40$ hour, 20$ half hour. Teaching locations:Tuesdays: Providence, RI: Friday and Saturdays: East Greenwich, RI: Thursdays, Voluntown, CT: Wednesdays: Mystic, CT. 860-334-2269 www.valerienicolosi.com

*** VERMONT ***

Celia Slattery; celia@celiaslattery.com (617) 666-3495
Performer/Teacher with over twenty years experience singing in clubs, weddings, cabaret, theater. Specializing in Contemporary Commercial Music (Jazz, Pop, Folk, Cabaret, Musical Theater). Private instruction focuses on voice technique & performance coaching . Ongoing workshops include "From Studio to Stage," "Acting a Song," and "Yoga and Singing." Convenient Davis Square, Somerville studio. Member, National Association of Teachers of Singing. www.celiaslattery.com

 


 

BSR MEMBER CD'S, TAPES, DVD'S

American Dreamer  - Albany Records- www.albanyrecords.com (800-752-1951); Standards and world premieres by American composers Foster, Ganz, Joplin, Ives, Copland, Carpenter, Davis, Romberg, Bernstein, Kern, and Gershwin. Jean Danton, soprano, Thomas Stumpf, piano, Michael Curry, cello www.jeandanton.com/

"Bright Seraphim", Monica Hatch, soprano. www.monicahatch.com A stirring selection of arias and songs demonstrating Monica‚s musical versatility, vocal range, agility and lyricism. Joined by the St.John's Schola Cantorum and St. Paul‚s Festival orchestra conducted by Ian Watson, this recording highlights the music of Purcell, Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Franck, Rachmaninoff, and Fauré.

"Christmas in Worcester", Maria Ferrante, soprano, accompanied by Marjorie Ness, organ, www.mariaferrante.com $16 plus $4 shipping/handling. "When I give talks on the nature and history of Christmas Carols, this is the CD I use for my examples" - Frank Behrens. " a seasonal treasure . . . an exhilarating collection of Christmas Music" - Worcester Magazine.

"Lullabies for Leyna"  This album, featuring soprano Teresa Winner Blume, is a mother’s gift of love songs to her child.  An elegantly sung collection of traditional lullabies and lesser-known songs from classical Art Song and Theater repertoire, this warm and varied music will soothe the spirit and be enjoyed by loved ones of any age!  Available at www.TeresaWinnerBlume.com and http://CDBaby.comcd/twblume    Featuring such favorites as:  American Lullaby, The Little Horses, Baby Mine, Brahms’ Lullaby, Evening Prayer, L’Heure Exquise, Morgen!, and Not While I’m Around.    Texts in English, French, Russian, and German.  Liner notes include translations of all foreign texts.  Performed with Deborah Lee Hollis, piano.

Moylan: Origins - Albany Records- www.albanyrecords.com (800-752-1951);  Music by composer William Moylan: Dawn, The Stolen Child, Mother Earth: Her Whales.  Jean Danton, soprano, Thomas Stumpf, piano, David Martins, clarinet.  www.jeandanton.com/

Schumann: Dichterliebe in Four Seasons -  Albany Records- www.albanyrecords.com (800-752-1951);   Schumann’s glorious Dichterliebe in an English version by poet Elizabeth Kirschner; and Schumann songs for soprano and piano. Jean Danton, soprano, Thomas Stumpf, piano.  www.jeandanton.com/

"Sea Tides and Time", Maria Ferrante, soprano, accompanied by Alys Terrien-Queen, piano, www.mariaferrante.com A collection on 23 beautiful pieces on the theme of water ranging from "Oh, vieni al mare" by Donizetti, through a Scottish sea chantey, "The Storm" by Rachmaninoff, "Sea Snatch" by Samuel Barber, "At the River" by Ives and one of the same name by Copland, and two lovely songs by Debussy, one of which is called "La mer est plus belle" (The sea is more beautiful). $16 plus $4 shipping/handling. " . . . exquisitely sung" - Showcase Magazine.

Songs of Innocence  - Albany Records- www.albanyrecords.com (800-752-1951)  Vocal Chamber Music of Dominick Argento, Arnold Cooke and William Moylan. Jean Danton, soprano,   C. Thomas Brooks, conductor, Thomas Stumpf, piano, harpsichord, David Martins, clarinet, Ellen Michaud-Martins, horn, Christopher Krueger, flute,  Jane Harrison, oboe, Anne Black, violin, John Bumstead, cello.  www.jeandanton.com/

The Spirit's Song (Newport Classic) Songs of Joseph Haydn with solos from the late, great fortepianist, Igor Kipnis.. Jean Danton, soprano,  Igor Kipnis, fortepiano.  www.jeandanton.com/

"Sweet Peace" Claire Stadtmueller, www.sweetpeace.com
P O Box 333, Hope, RI , 02831,cd of international songs which celebrate peace or express the tragedy of war. $15 plus $2.50 shipping/handling. "Thanks for the very beautiful cd."--Ned Rorem.

"Somewhere to get to" Denise Konicek, D'Anna Fortunato, Mary Westbrook-Geha, Ian Greitzer and others. http://www.arsisaudio.com  With music by Boston composer Rodney Lister, including 'Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Recipe.

Yes, Yes, Jeanette!  New England Light Opera – Original Cast Recording-World Premiere.  www.newenglandlightopera.org  A Musical Fantasy on Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy.
Jean Danton, soprano, Sara Ann Mitchell, soprano, Mark Morgan, baritone, Steve Phillips, narrator, Joseph Stroup, piano.  www.jeandanton.com/

Boston Symphony Orchestra web resources: wwww.bso.org "Classical Companion" - interviews with performers and composers, archival images, video and sound clips. "BSO Concert Preview Podcasts" "Digital Downloads" - Ochestral Music Download Service with tracks available on both standard MP3 and HD Surround formats. Historic BSO, Chamber, Pops, and Tanglewood Music Center recordings.

 

 


 

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