Known for her Lucia in the U.S. and abroad, soprano Anna Christy began performing on the operatic stage at the young age of 11 and over the past three decades has maintained an active performing career at the Met, Opera Colorado, Santa Fe Opera, English National Opera, and Lyric Opera of Chicago, among many others. With the support of managers, directors, and family, her résumé now also includes mother of two. While putting family first is a balancing act, this soprano’s charming reputation and talent keep her in high demand.
Achieving perfection is not only impossible, its very pursuit can hamper true and joyful artistic expression.
I am writing this just nine days into the new year, and from where I sit, 2018 looks like a great year to be a woman. I’m not the first
A singer learns a valuable lesson when she ends up singing for free at a wedding.
Stories of sexual harassment have been making the news daily as the #MeToo movement continues to topple predators in nearly every industry. But what about classical singing? Does sexual harassment happen in our own industry? Hear from singers who bravely share their own experiences and find out ways others can speak up if they have been or become victims too.
Meet a husband-and-wife team who made and continue to make career decisions based on what will be best for their family, including a new app they hope will also be best for singers.
Read one woman’s story about leaving full-time singing to pursue arts administration, a career change inspired in part because of her son, and how attending the Hart Institute for Women Conductors and Administrators at the Dallas Opera has inspired her even more.
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