Breaking News: Ms. Bachrach is the 2017 winner of the American Prize in Vocal Performance, women in art song & oratorio, 2017-18.
Read more here.
This two-day event was previously scheduled for March 9 & 10.
A lecture/master class based on the Recovered Voices Initiative. Kristina Bachrach has been part of this initiative, started by James Conlon and Los Angeles Opera, which focuses on musical works and musicians that were either suppressed or killed by the Nazi regime in World War II. This discussion will take place in a classroom; please check back for exact location.
Ms. Bachrach holds degrees from Mannes College and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (summa cum laude). She is an award winner with the Ziering-Conlon Art Song Competition, American Prize Competition, the Philharmonic Society of Arlington’s Young Artist Competition, the Metrowest Opera Competition, and the Schuyler Foundation for Career Bridges.
“These two reveries framed de Falla’s languid “Psyché,” sung with precise diction and focused tone by the soprano Kristina Bachrach. Ms. Bachrach was passionate yet lucid in her contributions to the Schoenberg, rising to visionary fervor.” Zachary Woolfe for The New York Times
We thank the Vilas Trust, the Anonymous Fund, and our many donors for supporting these concerts and other activities at the School of Music.