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Everett Suttle & Oseola Davis Recital at St John's In the Village Church

Dates

10/6/2019

Theatre

St John's In the Village Church


218 West 11th Street (at Waverly Pl)
New York,NY 10014
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Tickets Info

25
Phone: 6462246907


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VOCAL DUET Everett Suttle & Oseola DavisABOUT EVERETT SUTTLEEverett Suttle, tenor, has been praised by critics around the globe for his smooth, effortless tenor and beautiful, buttery tone. Mr. Suttle made his operatic debut at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC. In repertoire that ranges from the Baroque masterpieces of Bach and Handel to 20th century works of Britten and Tippet, Everett has appeared internationally in opera, oratorio, concert and recitals at prestigious venues such as Lincoln Center, La Scala di Milano, Opera Bastille in Paris, Teatro Real in Madrid, Teatro Colon in Beunos Ares, and many others. Most recently, he debuted at Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium, singing excerpt from Life of Christ Cycle by Roland Hayes and sang the tenor lead in the North American premier of LAmant Anonymn by the Chevalier de Saint George.Singing of such taste and beauty is rarely found in any opera houseanywhere! Washington Post; Some of the most beautiful moments of the evening came from tenor Everett Suttle. New York Times; Mr. Suttle combines vocal and physical beauty into a mesmerizing whole. Helena Independent RecordABOUT OSCEOLA DAVISOsceola Davis earned her BM & BME at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. She was awarded a diploma from the opera department for her continued studies at the Curtis Institute of Music also in Philadelphia, PA. Later, she acquired her Master of Arts in Teaching Music at Lehman College, CUNY, Bronx, New York.Born in Camden, NJ, Osceola Davis taught music in the Camden, NJ and Philadelphia, PA public school systems before joining the Metropolitan Opera Studio, in NY. Her summers found her performing at the Tangelwood Music Festival in Massachusetts and at the Wolf Trap Summer Festival in Virginia.Soon thereafter, Ms. Davis was invited to sing the lead role of Rosina in Rossinis opera, The Barber of Seville at the Staatstheater am Grtnerplatz in Munich, Germany. In that debut performance her ovation stopped the show for five minutes. Her successful European career merited her invitation to the Metropolitan Operas grand stage where she made her debut as Queen of the Night in Mozarts The Magic Flute, being the first Afro-American Coloratura to publicly perform that role on that stage. It was conducted by Maestro Lawrence Foster. Thrilling many audiences both home and abroad, she has performed leading roles such as Blondchen in Mozarts The Abduction from The Seraglio, Olympia in Offenbachs The Tales of Hoffmann, Gilda in Verdis Rigoletto, and Zerbinetta in Strauss Ariadne auf Naxos, to name a few. Her career has taken her to Covent Gardens in London, England, La Scala in Milan, Italy, Lyon Opera House in Lyon, France, International Festival for Peace in Russia, and several venues in Finland including Savonlinna Opera Festival in Savonlinna and The Finnish National Opera House in Helsinki. Ms. Davis has performed for presidents and ambassadors and has concertized in: The Academy of Music, in Philadelphia, PA., Deutsche Theater in Munich, Germany, and both Carnegie and Alice Tully Halls in New York. Her career also includes sacred recordings, television appearances, and soloist for The First Church of Christ Scientist in Boston, Massachusetts.BACH TO THE FUTURE CONCERT SERIES:A SUNDAY SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL MUSIC IN THE VILLAGE!Attend individual concerts for inspiration every Sunday afternoon -- or, subscribe to our series, to support the work of the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture; Its Bach To The Future Music/Science Program for Students; and the new Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture Youth Chorus. Accepting new student applications for the chorus -- ages 12 to 18! www.ffrcc.org! To Subscribe: www.ffrcc.org/bach-to-the-future-page

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