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Student Spotlight – Peter Boettcher

Sunday, 13 November – Carlisle, MA – “The Pirates of Penzance” presented by the Savoyard Light Opera Company. Another student triumph! My student and friend, Peter Boettcher, brilliantly performed the role of Frederic in “The Pirates of Penzance” – the production was truly fun and elegant, the pit orchestra supportive and well conducted by Maestro…

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Student Spotlight – Lydia Richman

My lovely student Lydia Richman sang the role of Jo in “Little Women” at John Stark Regional High School in Weare, NH, on Friday, Nov. 4. Jo is a challenging role, and Lydia sparkled in every scene…vocally and dramatically. I can’t say how gratifying it is to watch a beloved student succeed so beautifully on…

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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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Student Spotlight – Lydia Richman – Legally Blonde

Lydia Richman ia a Freshman at John Stark Regional High School. Lydia is a member of both the Concert and Select choirs at John Stark and is featured in two of the stage company’s upcoming shows. Lydia is very excited to be playing Brooke Wyndham in “Legally Blonde” by Heather Hach. Performances are running from…

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Save the Date – August 29, 2020
Die Walkure

UPDATE: This year has had many ups and downs and this event had to be reimagined. Stay tuned for more information about a Complete Ring Cycle in 2022. Ho jo to ho! to friends, family, and colleagues. I am thrilled to announce that this August, I will be performing with a new opera company, TUNDI…

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Student Spotlight – Andrew Sokol – Canzone per Nana

I could not be more proud or inspired by tenor Andrew Sokol’s concert this afternoon, entitled “Canzone per Nana”. The program consisted entirely of Italian/Neapolitan songs (15 total, plus an encore), and was dedicated to the grandmother of Andrew’s partner Alyssa, a native Italian who loved Andrew’s tenor voice. Now, when we started working and…

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Wagner Immersion, Part 3

The weekend of July 27-28 was a stellar and most memorable one for many reasons. First, I was able to spend time with my dear friend and colleague Joy McIntyre, with whom I always have the most Joy-ous time discussing music, politics, travel, and life in general. Joy is a most erudite, entertaining, and brilliant…

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Student Spotlight – Michael Jackson AKA Sam Meade

Our darling Sam is slightly shifting his goals in Hollywood. Here is the latest: “The dream’s alive, just shifted.  Learned I don’t enjoy acting nearly as much as I enjoy singing [NOTE: this makes Janice very happy!]…so spending my time on my voice lessons…which have been really amazing, I can sing a high C comfortably [say WHAT?].  Decided to…

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