Posts Tagged ‘New Hampshire’

Manchester West Side, Here We Come!

After over 20 years in midtown Manchester, the Janice Edwards Voice Studio will be moving to 212 Coolidge Avenue as of Tuesday, September 5.  Here is a photo of the beautiful house where the studio will be located, through the right door and up the stairs. DIRECTIONS From Manchester, cross the Bridge Street Bridge, then bear right…

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Student Spotlight – Shayna Carp

Community Theatre is alive and well in New Hampshire! The Franklin Footlight Theatre’s “Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” (July 4-15 and 20-22, and July 16) opened on July 14 in Franklin, NH. The Franklin Opera House, like so many historic “opera houses” (a historic name for NH town halls that are how repurposed for performance…

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Student Spotlight – Ken Quiricone – Bye Bye Birdie

The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH, has presented some wonderful shows of late…last month, I saw “The Full Monty” and today (20 March 2022), “Bye Bye Birdie”…both of these shows are classics. In the early 2000s, I was an adjunct voice teacher at Plymouth State University, and privileged to work with many talented young singers.…

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Student Spotlight – February 8, 2020 Studio Class

What a glorious Studio/Performance Class on Saturday, Feb. 8! Eight of my talented students performed for each other with the fantastic collaborative pianist Charlie Blood at the piano. The singers were, left to right, Susanne Graham Tartarilla, Anne Orio, Shayna Carp, Rae Pizzi, Natalie Barnaby; first row Janet Janet Mailing Wittenberg, Victoria Coleand Jenny Rainville Masana. The second photo is…

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Speaking of FOOD

Yes , I am a “foodie”. I think most performing artists are. One of my favorite local shops is Angela’s Pasta and Cheese Shop at 815 Chestnut Street in Manchester’s North End. A few weeks ago, I saw a notice about a “wine pairing” event at the end of April. So I asked my good friend…

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“Drawn to the Music”

This is the title of a lovely concert I heard last Sunday, March 12, at the Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy (a fabulous venue, by the way). This was part of the New Hampshire Philharmonic’s current season.  The NH Phil’s conductor, Mark Latham, always puts together unique programs and this was no exception. I was…

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