The opera's large cast was meant for young voices and Glimmerglass's Young American Artists did a terrific job, led by sterling conductor and former Glimmerglass Music Director Stewart Robertson.
What does YAA stand for?
YAA stands for Young American Artists (opera)
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WON A GIG Eugene native and South Eugene High School grad Jacqueline Noparstak was recently selected for one of 30 spots in the prestigious Glimmerglass Opera Young American Artists Program.
Gabrielle Medovoy, one of the young American artists featured in the exhibition, said: "The message I would like to send to the leaders of the world is that Nature is in danger because of climate change.
The Biennial suggests that many young American artists are staking out private parcels of the cultural landscape, choosing material that's personal enough to call their own but accessible enough to talk about with others.
Like Nora Kaye, his good friend and fora-time fiancee, and like many other young American artists of his era (he was born in New York in 1918), Robbins came of Russian immigrant parents who quickly made a decent living in this country and who saw to it that their children had artistic training along with their regular schooling.
7, mezzo Emily Righter, a member of the Young American Artists program, stepped in to replace an indisposed Sandra Piques Eddy as Romeo.