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Theater community wants Tony Award for Judith Ranaletta

April 10th 2015
We are proud to republish this article about RLO's Resident Director which was featured in the Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY.

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Volunteering

April 9th 2015
A new theater means a new volunteering opportunities.

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The new Rochester Lyric Theatre

April 8th 2015
With great joy and pride, Rochester Lyric Opera announces the purchase this week of the grand 1915 building at 440 East Avenue, Rochester, which has served as First Church of Christ, Scientist for the last 100 years.

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Bravo! RLO's new website is launched

March 5th 2015
Rochester Lyric Opera is very excited to launch this vibrant new website as our online home – to which you are warmly welcomed.

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A Toast to Da Vinci

March 5th 2015
Rochester Lyric Artist Allyn Van Dusen, mezzo soprano, and 2015 LaDue Competition...

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Rochester Lyric Opera’s Opera Week - Master Class with Jan Opalach

November 6th 2014
Mr. Opalach offered expert feedback and guidance to four vocalists at various stages of vocal development.

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Rochester Lyric Opera’s Opera Week - Panel Discussion “The State of Vocal Arts”

November 6th 2014
Topics included the developmental challenges in working with young voices; the value of musical theater in current American society, vs. opera; performing operas in their original language; recent failures and financial struggles of important national or regional opera companies, and more.

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What is a Master Class?

November 1st 2014
Franz Liszt is credited with inventing the idea of the master class. A celebrated 19th century pianist who drew flocks of people to his concerts, Liszt wished to impart to others some of the specific knowledge he had of music, piano artistry, composition, and performance.

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