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The Team

Seth Baer
Seth Baer - Director of Global K-12 Summer and Visiting Artist Programs

Bassoonist Seth Baer is a passionate performer and educator of music. He is a founding member of Decoda and an alumnus of Ensemble ACJW, an exciting fellowship programme at Carnegie Hall focused on chamber music, education, and community engagement. Seth is a member of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra and has performed throughout the United States and around the world including Japan, Italy and Germany. Seth went on to study music at The Juilliard School after graduating at the top of his class at Princeton University.

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Matthew Patrick Moris - Lead faculty

Matthew Patrick Morris has performed with the American Repertory Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Barbican Theatre on The West End, Les Bouffes du Nord in Paris, Piccolo Teatro in Milan, New York City Opera, The Kennedy Center, Santa Fe Opera, the National Tour of Scrooge: The Musical, on television in Law & Order, and in the feature film The Producers!

As the associate artistic director of SongFest, Matthew directed the vocal performance programs and created a new curriculum, innovating tailor-made courses for complete singing-actors from undergraduate through professional levels. He is currently director of the Opera Workshop at Brooklyn College, teaches the Professional Development Workshop at Bard College Graduate Vocal Arts, and training to be an Alexander Teacher at the Balance Arts Center with Ann Rodiger. BM voice (Juilliard) and MM vocal arts (Bard College Conservatory).

Rachel Calloway
Rachel Calloway

Mezzo-soprano Rachel Calloway's upcoming and recent performances include appearances with American Composers Orchestra; John Zorn at the Guggenheim and the Louvre, Third Coast Percussion and Opera Philadelphia. Ms. Calloway created roles in Steven Stucky and Jeremy Denk’s The Classical Style at Carnegie Hall through which she became a finalist for the internationally recognized Warner Music Prize. She holds degrees from The Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music and serves on the faculty of the University of South Carolina.

Matthew Odell
Matthew Odell

New Hampshire-born pianist Matthew Odell has won acclaim for performances of a wide range of repertoire as a solo recitalist, soloist with orchestra, and chamber musician. His performances have taken him to Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, and throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Deeply committed to strengthening the ties between today’s composers and audiences, he frequently premieres works written for him and has worked with many prominent composers. Matthew received his doctoral degree from The Juilliard School, and in addition to teaching at Juilliard, he frequently presents workshops, master classes, and lectures at professional conferences and universities throughout the USA and Europe.

Audrey Lunda
Audrey Luna

Audrey Luna enjoys a widely varied career singing, teaching voice and teaching The Alexander Technique. She launched her career singing dozens of operatic roles in the US and Europe. With many world premieres to her credit, Audrey commissioned and collaborated with composers: György Kurtag, Xu Xiao-Song, John Corigliano,Thomas Larcher, Allen Otte and most recently Libby Larsen. Audrey is on faculty at Miami University, The Center for Health and Innovative Learning and SongFest at Colburn. Her teaching philosophy supports autonomy and conscious awareness as a path to the unknown possibilities of expression and creativity necessary to manifest individual artistry.

Jennifer Zetlan
Jennifer Zetlan

Soprano Jennifer Zetlan is internationally recognized for her artistry and captivating stage presence. She has been seen and heard on opera and concert stages worldwide, as well as recital venues and on Broadway. In the 2017-2018 season, Ms. Zetlan reprises her roles in Matt Aucoin’s Crossing (American Repertory Theatre, Brooklyn Academy of Music) and her role as Fanny in Ricky Ian Gordon’s Morning Star (On Site Opera, Museum at Eldridge Street). Last season, Ms. Zetlan made her European and South American stage debuts in the Purcell’s The Fairy Queen (Oper Stuttgart) and with Oratorio Society of New York singing the soprano solos in Bruckner’s Te Deum and Mozart’s Mass in C minor in Montevideo, Uruguay as well as at Carnegie Hall. On the concert stage, she performed Kaija Saariaho’s Lonh (New York Philharmonic at the Park Avenue Armory) and sang the role of Woglinde in the New York Philharmonic’s concert presentation of Das Rheingold.

Ms. Zetlan is a graduate of The Juilliard School (M.M., A.D.) and Mannes College of Music (B.M.), which recently featured her as a celebrated alumna in their Centennial Celebration concert at Carnegie Hall.

 

Amy Shoremount-Obra
Amy Shoremount-Obra

Soprano Amy Shoremount-Obra made her much-anticipated Metropolitan Opera Debut in October 2014 as “First Lady” in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, a role which she reprised at the Met last fall (2017) in the Julie Taymor English version of the opera. Operatic engagements have included appearances with the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Spoleto Festival Italy, Opera Las Vegas, The Savannah Voice Festival, Venture Opera, Odyssey Opera of Boston, Annapolis Opera, and Grand Harmonie. Ms. Shoremount-Obra was a 2004 National Semi-Finalist and NY Regional Winner in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and holds degrees from Manhattan School of Music and the Juilliard School. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Voice at Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music.

 Jeanne Slater
Jeanne Slater

Jeanne began her career in NYC as an actor with credits including Broadway, Off-Broadway, Regional Theatre and commercials. She has been teaching, directing, and choreographing for over 25 years and is currently on faculty at The Juilliard School, The Circle in the Square Professional Theatre Workshop and The Aspen Music Festival. As a guest artist she’s worked with students at Harvard University, The Metropolitan Lindemann Young Artist Program, Ithaca College, Yale, The Hamptons Shakespeare Company and The Juilliard Pre-College Program. Directing and choreography credits encompass a wide range of projects spanning both educational and professional theatre including: The 2008 Carnegie Hall Gala,Link Up Concert(Carnegie Hall),L’enfant et les Sortileges, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Cunning Little Vixen(Juilliard),Sweet Charity, Urinetown, Island Song(Circle/Square Theatre School),L’Etoile(Ithaca College),Aesop’s Fables(New World Stages),West Side Story, Candide,(AOTC),Oreste (Festival dei due Mondi ).

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