When the Air Sings of Summer

My first week in Hubbard Hall has been an extremely rewarding experience. I have met so many incredibly talented minds including performers, directors, pianists, administrators, and more. I have received so much insight from my older cast members regarding programs and job opportunities both locally and internationally, and have received even more motivation to continue pursuing a career in operatic performance. This weekend I was fortunate enough to participate in a masterclass/ mock audition for Stephens Nicolson Artists Management with this season’s Conservatory program members here at Hubbard Hall. Sarah Stephens and Mark Nicolson were both willing to share their wealths of knowledge with all of the Conservatory program members, and were extremely informative regarding some of the mysterious parts of the operatic industry that singers often question. This coming Friday will be another master class for Lawrence Edelson of Opera Saratoga.

Learn more about Stephens Nicolson Artists Management: http://www.stephensartists.com/


The time spent here in beautiful Cambridge New York could not be more greatly enjoyed. The weather is perfect and the scenery is as ideal as could be. My hostess is extremely kind and supportive of our craft, and her property is a paradise.

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Both Rigoletto and The Old Maid and the Thief have been completely staged this week, and will both assuredly be fantastic productions. In the next few weeks we will continue to refine our shows and develop the connection of our casts both on and off stage. Showtimes for both productions are listed below!



August 14th, 15th, & 20th: 8pm

August 22nd & 23rd: 2pm

The Old Maid and the Thief:

August 15th & 16th: 2pm

August 19th, 21st, & 22nd: 8pm


Learn more about Hubbard Hall’s summer opera productions:



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