Arts & Leisure

Tomorrow’s opera stars here today: Young artists take the stage

PICTURED FROM LEFT to right: Francesco DiLello (Dorvil), Cristina Escobedo (Giulia), Jared Vigue (Dino), Orlando Montalvo Avalo (Dormont), Patrick Connolly (Germano), Tess Klibanoff (Lucilla), and Haozhen Wen (Blansac) star in “La Scala di Seta,” which will take the stage in Middlebury on Friday, June 7. COURTESY PHOTO

Gymnasts and ballerinas can go world-class in their teens, but an opera singer is a different kind of athlete. According to Sarah Cullins, Opera Company of Middlebury (OCM) director of Young Artist Programs, it’s all about the vocal cords. 

We’re glad you’re interested in this valuable content! Please understand that in order for us to be able to fund reporters covering local news, we need your help! For full access to this story and all online content, please log in or subscribe to the Addison Independent.


More News
Arts & Leisure

Natural world produces artistic creatures

This coming Saturday, the 22nd of June, is a special day for Diana Bigelow. Not only is it … (read more)

Arts & Leisure

Enjoy Americana tunes & pizza with Michele Fay Band

The Michele Fay Band will be performing at the Blueberry Hill Inn, in Goshen, on  Friday, … (read more)

Arts & Leisure

Friday night music, food & wine back at Lincoln Peak

New Haven’s Lincoln Peak Vineyard kicked off its summer music series last week with music … (read more)

Share this story: