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Wanted: PIRATES | Open Auditions August 25, 2015

06 Aug 2015 by In Past Events
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Opera at La Sierra University

Enjoy opera at La Sierra University March 2016! Dr. Raejin Lee, (Director of Vocal Studies), Professor Dean Anderson (Director of Orchestral Studies), and their team of vocal/instrumental faculty and students will be presenting Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance during the 2015-2016 concert season.

The team has a mission in making opera accessible to the local community. There is an open invitation to audition for this wonderful production. If you are interested in this opportunity, please adhere to the following instructions:

  • Fill out the opera application - 2016 Pirates of Penzance Application
  • As stated in the application, email your video submission of you singing an Aria from Pirates of Penzance (it can be a chorus part or an aria that your character sings) to RLee@lasierra.edu by August 25, 2015

You will find the details of the rehearsal schedule on the application. If you have any questions regarding this project, please email Dr. Raejin Lee or leave a voice message at 951-785-2117.

Opera at La Sierra University

With the guidance of La Sierra University Voice faculty, students enrolled in the Vocal Program experience a very personal approach to their education.  The program provides singers with high quality training and solid techniques while sustaining healthy tone production to reach their full potential as performers.  Students take a diverse curriculum including Diction for Singers, Vocal Pedagogy, and Opera Workshop.  In the opera workshop course, students learn blocking, staging, acting, and character analysis. Under the direction of Raejin Lee, along with Dean Anderson who is the conductor of the La Sierra University Orchestra, the Opera program annually presents one fully-staged production of an Opera or a Musical Theatre Work, as well as operatic scenes.  Each production is open to qualified voice students, La Sierra Alumnae and Community, upon approval of the voice faculty.