Monthly Archives: November 2010

The accidental tenor – Andy Lunsford is featured in the IDS Inside Magazine

The basement  was where he found his voice. Three years ago, in Colorado, Andy Lunsford walked down the stairs. He … Continue reading

Ursula Kuhar wins District Met Opera Audition

DM Voice student Ursula Kuhar was one of four winners at the Kentucky District Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in … Continue reading

Jeff Springer sings with Florida Grand Opera

Jeff Springer will sing  the role of Calaf in Turandot with the Florida Grand Opera in Miami on Nov. 19 and 21. He is … Continue reading

Shin-Yeong Noh a first prize winner

Shin-Yeong Noh is one of two first prize winners in the Fourth Annual “Just Love to Sing” Opera Competition in New Hampshire. In the … Continue reading

Two Cuccaro students excel in Met Michigan district auditions

Alumnus Sian Davis was a recent winner of the Michigan District Metropolitan Opera Auditions and will go on to compete … Continue reading

Two Jacobs School of Music alumni to open the season at the “Teatro de Bellas Artes” in Mexico City.

Two Jacobs School of Music alumni to open the season at the “Teatro de Bellas Artes” in Mexico City. Emilio … Continue reading

Brian Horne students excel at NATS competition at Anderson University

Brian Horne attended the state NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) competition held at Anderson University on October 30.  … Continue reading

Angela Kloc is winner of Wisconsin Met Opera District Audition

Student Angela Kloc was one of the winners in the Metroplitan Opera District Auditions on October 23 in Wisconsin.  She won $1,500. and … Continue reading

Professor Paul Kiesgen’s students excel in Indiana NATS competition

Paul Kiesgen, Professor of Voice and Vocal Pedagogy entered six students in the statewide Indiana vocal competition sponsored by NATS … Continue reading

Doctoral candidate Meredith Kiesgen’s students do well in Indiana NATS competition

Meredith Kiesgen, DM student in Vocal Performance, was well represented in the recent statewide competition of NATS (National Association of … Continue reading