2018


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September 15
Concert: Vira and Friends Sing Songs in English and Ukranian
Opera America Marc A. Scorca Hall
I will be singing a piece by Vasyl Barvinsky, and a newly composed song cycle by American composer David Sytkowski. 
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October 31
Finals concert: Grand Stage International Song and Lieder Competition
Opera America Marc A. Scorca Hall
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2019


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January 11
Concert: Vira and Friends, A Concert of Classical Song
New School of Music (Boston, MA)
I will be singing pieces by Barvinsky, Schubert, Pizzetti, and Syktowski.

January 12
Concert: Vira and Friends, An Early Evening of Cabaret
Arts at the Armory (Boston, MA)
From jazz standards, to Sondheim, to the singer/songwriters of today: this evening of cabaret will be an exciting potpourri of musical treats!




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February 9, 10
Le vin herbé
Tenor soloist
Wolf Trap Opera and Washington Concert Opera
Wolf Trap Opera and Washington Concert Opera co-present a rare modern retelling of the classic Tristan and Isolde story. In its more than 6-year history, Swiss composer Frank Martin’s Le vin herbé (based on Joseph Bédier’s novel Tristan and Iseult) has enjoyed countless concert performances and several staged productions. In recent years, it has been seen in Zurich, Paris and Berlin. This performance at The Barns will be a concert staging, and the cast will feature ten Wolf Trap Opera alumni.
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April 17
Serenade to Music
Tenor soloist
MSM Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall
Manhattan School of Music celebrates its centennial with a Gala Concert hosted by Alec Baldwin, conducted by Leonard Slatkin, and featuring mezzo-soprano Susan Graham; jazz trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard; violinist Glenn Dicterow; pianist Olga Kern; violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins; and more.
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May 5
Finals Concert
Opera at Florham International Vocal Competition
Extraordinary young singers pursuing careers as vocal artists compete from around the world for prizes totaling $10,000. In this final round, 11 finalists demonstrate exceptional talent in the operatic art form before a celebrated collection of jurists in a public forum.
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July 7, 9
Don Giovanni
Don Ottavio
Heartbeat Opera / Chamber Music Northwest
“Bold and Vivid” (New York Times), “Pioneers” (Wall Street Journal), and “categorically imaginative” (The New Yorker) are just a few of the accolades for Heartbeat Opera, co-founded by CMNW Protégé alumnus Daniel Schlosberg. Experience this agile and adventurous chamber adaptation of Mozart’s Don Giovanni!
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