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Conductor Joseph Mechavich

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JOSEPH MECHAVICH is a highly accomplished conductor known for his exceptional commitment to excellence in his craft. His dedication has fostered long-term and career-defining relationships with various opera companies, composers, and orchestras worldwide.

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Limmie Pulliam: From Kennett to The Met

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Operatic tenor LIMMIE PULLIAM grew up the son of a preacher in the small town of Kennett, Missouri (pop. 11,000), which has proven to be a fertile environment for other musical talent such as Sheryl Crow. In January and February, 2024 Pulliam will be performing the lead role of Canio in “Pagliacci” for the Florida Grand Opera.

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Stéphane Denève: The Second Artistic Director of the New World Symphony

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STÉPHANE DENÈVE is the new Artistic Director of the New World Symphony, Music Director of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and will also be Principal Guest Conductor of the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic.

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Soprano Cecilia Violetta López

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CECILIA VIOLETTA LÓPEZ was named one of “Idaho’s Top 10 Most Influential Women of the Century” by “USA Today” and one of opera’s “25 Rising Stars” by “Opera News.”

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Michael Ching: From Opera to Opry

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MICHAEL CHING is an American composer, conductor, and music administrator. He is best known nationally as the composer of innovative operas, including his a cappella adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (2011). His other major operas include “Buoso’s Ghost” (1996), “Corps of Discovery” (2003), “Slaying the Dragon” (2012), “Speed Dating Tonight!” (2013), and “Alice Ryley” (2015). He wrote the librettos of many of his own operas. He also writes & performs Country music.

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