Wesleyan’s Opera and Oratorio class is looking for a piano accompaniest and TA for the upcoming semester. Duties are very simple, namely accompanying one night a week and leading a TA session one other day. Normaly Wesleying doesn’t post jobs, but this does pay well, or you can take it for credit, and Professor Gale (who is a wonderful professor) is in need of a pianist immediately.
You can read more about the class here on wesmaps. Having done this once myself, I can say it was a lot of fun and wish I could do it again, but senior obligations make that difficult, so if you are at all interested, please contact Professor Priscilla Gale at pgale (at) wesleyan (dot) edu
Jordan Brown ’10 writes:
Come see the culmination of this semester’s Opera & Oratorio class! The show is FREE and un-ticketed. Arrive early to get a good seat. The oratorio starts promptly at 7pm.
Here’s the program for the night, courtesy of George Frideric Handel:
The Choice of Hercules, an oratorio
Hercules, an opera
Don’t worry, the opera is abridged!
When: April 24th, 7-9pm
Where: Crowell Concert Hall
Opera Oratorio ensemble class:
If you love to sing and act, this is the class for you! No experience is necessary, just a love of performing! Learn how to move on the stage, sing in a foreign language and perform beautiful music. All voice types are welcome. Come have some fun on Tuesday evenings, 7:30 – 10:00pm.
The first class was January 26th in the CFA rehearsal room 003. Check it out on wesmaps here!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Date: Tuesdays this semester
Place: CFA rehearsal room 003
Opera and Oratorio Ensemble is taking new members:
Love to SING? Love to ACT? Need another CLASS?
Then join Opera and Oratorio Ensemble!
Tuesdays 7:30-10 pm & Fridays 1:30-3:30 pm in Performance Hall, room 84.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Just bring enthusiasm and a love of performing! Make sure to consider this ensemble before drop/add ends, or you’ll miss the opportunity to sing with us!
For more information contact Priscilla Gale – pgale@wes or x4135.