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An evening of American classics sung by world-famous soprano Barbara Quintiliani, with pianist Stewart Robert Schroeder.
Ms. Quintiliani has received many honors and awards, and is an alumna of the Marilyn Horne Foundation. Ms. Horne herself saw to Ms. Quintiliani’s development as a recital artist, and under the auspices of her foundation, Ms. Quintiliani made her Weill Recital Hall debut in the As the Song Continues series in New York, NY. She was broadcast nationally in recital by WQXR and NPR stations nationwide as part of the prestigious On Wings of Song series.
She has performed in many music festivals including The Bank of America Celebrity Series, The Dame Myra Hess Foundation Recital Series, The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, the Virginia Waterfront Arts Festival, the Phillips Collection, the Harvard Music Club, and the Wexford International Opera Festival. Ms. Quintiliani has performed under the batons of some of the greatest conductors, including David Agler, Stephen Lord, Robert Moody, John DeMain, Joseph Colaneri, Patrick Summers, Benjamin Zander, Placido Domingo, Alan Gilbert, John Fiore, Martin Pearlman, Evelino Pido, Hans Graf, Sebastian Weigle, Leonard Slatkin, Jose Serebrier, Claire Gibault, Valery Gergiev, JoAnn Falletta, Ascher Fisch, Eduardo Mueller and Heinz Fricke.
She can be heard on the recording for Naxos, The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Kahn with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro JoAnn Faletta, and Albany Records, Becoming a Redwood performing the eponymous song cycle with renowned collaborative pianist Craig Terry.
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