Readers and Viewers,
January and February were challenging months. I performed my first Tamino in UGA's production of Mozart's Die Zaberfloete.
I had the munificent opportunity to be directed by the brilliant and galvanizing Carroll Freemann.
More on this experience soon.
My primary reason for writing, beside to share the success of the Magic Flute run, is to share great news. I will be singing E.T.A. Hoffmann in Martina Arroyo's Prelude to Performance program this summer in New York City.
This is great news and I could not have asked for it to come at a better time. 2013 is turning out to be a busy, but artistically beautiful and enriching year.
My success is the result of the inspiration and hard work from all those who know me, teach me and help me. I share the success and owe it to them, my support system: the complex of faculty here at UGA and from my past; my family; my friends.
Information to follow, let's celebrate!