This summer, Michael Payne will head to New York, where he’ll perform in The Magic Flute and sing at the legendary Carnegie Hall.
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Missouri State’s award-winning troupe Opera Theatre will perform a double bill of operas this weekend at First and Calvary Presbyterian Church. Operas to be performed The group will perform the short operas, “Saint Thomas the Carpenter” and “Suor Angelica” in performances on
Missouri State opera students will get the chance compete at the National Opera Association’s 61st annual convention this year in the graduate division opera scenes competition. The convention will take place Jan. 6-10 in Indianapolis and focuses on “Heritage and
Dr. Ann Marie Daehn will debut Michael Ching’s “Speed Dating Tonight!” Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 8 at 2:30 p.m. in Ellis Recital Hall. Admission is $5, which can be paid in advance online. Tickets will not be
With new additions to the music department and interesting projects and concerts on the horizon, here is a preview for what to expect from the music faculty this year. This is only a partial list of the exciting news across
The Missouri State Opera Theatre will present “Die Fledermaus,” or “The Bat,” April 17 and 19 in the Savoy Ballroom on Commercial Street. The performances are open to the public and tickets can be purchased online. About the operetta “Die
Written by guest blogger Dr. Ann Marie Daehn, Opera Theater Director The Little Opera that Could! I am so excited to tell you that our opera program was selected by a jury of experts to compete at the National Opera
The service-learning efforts of students in music and theatre and dance have helped Missouri State earn a spot on the 2014 Presidential Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in the General Community Service category. Robberson Community School project Over 60 students in opera and theatre, as
Missouri State’s Opera Workshop students will conduct a fall performance comprised of scenes from rarely heard works such as Britten’s Paul Bunyan, Douglas Moore’s The Ballad of Baby Doe, and Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges; comedic romps by Victor Herbert, Jacques Offenbach
Todd Payne, associate professor of music, traveled back to his alma mater to perform opera alongside current high school students.