The Choirs of Nashua

Ask any professional classical singer how he or she feels about choral singing, and they will either make a face, say “no way, never”, or make some snarky comment.  I am no exception.  Most of us pros have had “church jobs” in NYC, Boston, or other large cities where churches with fat music budgets can afford…

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An Important Wagnerian Date

On this day in 1883, Richard Wagner passed away at Ca’ Vendramin Calergi (currently referred to as Palazzo Vendramin) in Venice (see my earlier post about visiting this site in June of 2016).  For those of us who love Wagner (count me in), this is a date to commemorate by listening to some of his sublime…

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Making a Video in my Studio

On Saturday, February 11, Max MGrath recorded a video for use with upcoming competitions. He recorded 3 opera arias, 2 musical theatre pieces, and a song by Kurt Weill. We are so grateful that the wonderful Elizabeth Blood was on hand to accompany, and Debora Cote of Ave Productions was the talented videographer. You can find contact…

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Les Misérables in Concert

This classic theatre piece is being performed as a benefit for the Pine Street Players in Exeter, NH. Max McGrath will once again appear in one of his signature roles, Valjean. The Christ Church Choir and talented singes from around the country will sing supporting roles. The venue is Exeter Town Hall, the date is Saturday, March…

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