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TUNDI Withdrawal!

It’s been just over a week since TUNDI’s Wagner in Vermont Festival ended with a stunning production of “Die Walkure” at the Latchis Theatre on Saturday, August 27. Words fail me when I try to express the joy I felt throughout the 2 week rehearsal/performance period…the artists, my colleagues, were superior in every way…talented, collegial,…

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The Wagner in Vermont Festival Comes To A Close

The Wagner in Vermont Festival came to a close on Saturday, August 27, at the Latchis Theatre in Brattleboro, VT, with a stunning production of “Die Walkure.” I find it difficult to adequately express my gratitude to these two artists – Maestro Hugh Keelan and his wife Soprano Jenna Ray – who managed the unbelievable…

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Wagner in Vermont Festival has been a smashing success

TUNDI Productions’ (www.TUNDIProductions.org) Wagner in Vermont Festival has been a smashing success. I am both humbled and thrilled to have been a part of this monumental mounting by a “small but mighty” opera company to produce fully-staged, with orchestra, the first two Ring operas, “Das Rheingold” and “Die Walkure.” Every single artist – and I…

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Wagner in Vermont Festival – Day 3 Recap

TUNDI Productions has done a marvelous job of planning day-time activities and informative events to keep attendees and artists inspired and entertained. On Wednesday, 24 August, I gave a short presentation called “Wagner’s Other Songs”, which I had discovered many years ago in a Dover publication which included about 20 songs in both German and…

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The day after TUNDI’s opening opera, “Das Rheingold”

Tuesday, August 23 – the day after TUNDI’s opening opera, “Das Rheingold” in its Wagner in Vermont Festival. Sometime ago, TUNDI’s creators Maestro Hugh Keelan and Soprano Jenna Rae, asked the Wagner in Vermont cast if they would be interested in participating in mid-week concerts and/or presentations about any particular musical interest. Today, cellist Jakub…

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Facebook’s random “Share your Memories”

Twenty four years ago today, I experienced one of the most exciting and artistically fulfilling singing engagements of my entire career – the opportunity to sing Mahler’s “Das Lied von der Erde” (The Song of the Earth – in Czech, Pisen o zemi, see below for proper title in Czech) – in one of Europe’s…

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Quirk Cars Supports American Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Quirk Auto Dealers hopes to boost local participation for their blood drive with musical performances by mezzo-soprano Janice Edwards, accompanied by pianist Charlie Blood, as a way of saying “thank you” to participating donors. Janice will perform popular jazz standards as well as Musical Theatre songs from such iconic musicals as Sondheim’s A Little Night…

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Granite State NATS winners!

My 4 lovely students have done themselves, and me, very proud this year.  Most NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) chapters have annual competitions for both classical and musical theatre divisions. Our chapter is, naturally, the Granite State chapter. 2021 has been a banner year for the Janice Edwards Voice Studio. Here are the 4…

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The Janice Edwards Voice Studio – movin’ on up!

In 2020, I was able to move from the 2nd floor of 83 Hanover Street in Manchester, NH, to a larger space on the 4th floor. This was a beautiful space with natural light and 4 walk-in closets with built-in shelves…a dream come true for many reasons (not the least of which – storage for my…

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Duets for Dems

SAVE THE DATE! October 3, 2020 Laura and Joel Iwaskiewicz perform Duets for Dems, a program of 16 songs from musical theatre to entertain and bring joy during these uncertain times – and most importantly, to get out the vote in support of Democratic candidates up and down the ballot. Laura and Joel will host a…

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