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Saturday, May 16 at 7pm


Free benefit concert at First Parish of Milton (535 Canton Avenue).  A glorious array of vocal talent on display in this concert of opera, operetta, and musical theater.  Each of these performers are donating their time and talents to raise money for the Milton Food Pantry and Milton Residents Fund.  Free admission, ample free parking, handicapped accessible.                                                                                                                    Come early as seating is unreserved.  


-The Singers (in alphabetical order)-


Julius Ahn, tenor (recently sang at the Metropolitan Opera in THE MAGIC FLUTE and THE NOSE, has performed recently with Opera Philadelphia, Canadian Opera Company, Seattle Opera, and many others. In 2014 won Best Actor award for the musical “Stuck Elevator” in the Bay area.


Sara Heaton, soprano (regular singer with Boston Baroque, also has sung with Opera Boston, Santa Fe Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, and recently at Symphony Hall with the Boston Symphony Youth Orchestra)


Lucas Levy, tenor (has sung extensively with Sarasota Opera, and was a Gerdine Young Artist at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis)


Barbara Quintiliani, soprano (the first American woman in 25 years to win First Prize in the Francisco Vinas Singing Competition in Barcelona.  Also was grand prize winner in Metropolitan Opera Council Auditions, First Place winner of the Marian Anderson International Vocal Arts Competition.  Has sung lead roles with Opera Boston, Chautauqua Opera, and Washington National Opera, among many others)


Marcos Santos, tenor (a native of Portugal, sang at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall as Romeo in Gounod’s ROMEO ET JULIETTE; sings all over the world in concert and opera, including Tokyo, Lisbon, Madrid, Denmark and Sweden)          


Deborah Selig, soprano (recently sang Pamina in Boston Lyric Opera’s MAGIC FLUTE; has also sung with Central City Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Chautauqua Opera, Kentucky Opera, and Cincinnati Opera, among others.  She is heard frequently in concert and opera around Boston)


Jacquelyn Stucker, soprano (currently a doctoral candidate at New England Conservatory and Bard College Conservatory graduate; singing for Santa Fe Opera this coming summer)


Ulysses Thomas, bass-baritone (sings regularly with Boston Baroque and has sung lead roles with Boston Lyric Opera, including the Commendatore in DON GIOVANNI)


Michelle Trainor, soprano (currently a Boston Lyric Opera Emerging Artist, has sung lead roles with BLO; also has sung at the Tuscia Opera Festival in Viterbo, Italy.  Made her Carnegie Hall debut as a soloist in Mahler’s Eighth Symphony)


Holly Zagaria, mezzo-soprano (has sung numerous times in leading roles with New York Lyric Opera Theatre, as well as KomischeKammer Opera in Humbach, Germany.  Is often heard in concerts throughout New England)  






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