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Voice Class with Jean Strazdes

This voice class will focus on breathing, vocal resonance, exercises and understanding of register transitions. It is open to all who want to explore the use of their singing voice. It will be and hour long session with the maximum of 10 people, a fee of $15

Voice Class with Jean Strazdes
Voice Class with Jean Strazdes

Time & Location

Mar 16, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Lubec, 6 School St, Lubec, ME 04652, USA

About the event

This voice class with Jean Strazdes will focus on breathing, vocal resonance, exercises and understanding of register transitions.

It  is open to all who want to explore the use of their singing voice. It  will be and hour long session with the maximum of 10 people, a fee of  $15.

Jean Strazdes is Seaglass' Founding Artistic Director (1993), the choral director as well as director of the Seatones.

She earned a Bachelor of Music and Art diploma from Hartt College of Music in Hartford, Connecticut, a Masters of Music at the Cleveland Institute of Music and did postgraduate doctoral work in Graz, Austria.

In her own right as a mezzo-soprano, Ms. Strazdes has performed extensively in the United States and Europe and toured Greece in the role of Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana. In St. Petersburg, Russia, she sang the leading role of Madam Flora in Menotti's opera, The Medium, in celebration of Catherine the Great's theatre in the Hermitage museum.

After teaching for a handful of years at Trinity College in Connecticut, Jean came to Ogunquit with the intention of traveling a few days a week to the college. Fate ruled otherwise. In 1993, she assembled a group of choristers she later christened “The Seaglass Chorale.” Since then the non-auditioned chorale has performed all over southern Maine as well as in Italy, Austria, Hungary, and at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. In November 2004, the chorale joined the Paul Madore Chorale and sixty musicians from the North Shore Symphony Orchestra at Salem, Massachusetts to perform Brahms' Requiem.

When not immersed in Seaglass Events, Jean provides private voice lessons and serves as adjunct faculty (voice) at Phillips-Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire.

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  • Voice with Jean Strazdes

    Sale ends: Mar 16, 10:00 AM

    This voice class will focus on breathing, vocal resonance, exercises and understanding of register transitions. It is open to all who want to explore the use of their singing voice. It will be and hour long session with the maximum of 10 people, a fee of $15

    $15.00

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