Student News

student Laura Intravia, soprano, sings Glitter and be Gay at a major opera fundraiser
Student Laura Intravia, soprano, sings Glitter and be Gay at a major opera fundraiser

Laura Intravia was recently the solo vocalist for the AAA game title DESTINY 2, and just became the Music Director at Sacred Heart Parish in East Boston. In April 2018 she will sing the role of Leonora in Dan Shore's opera The Beautiful Bridegroom and cover the role of Miss Havisham in Argento's Miss Havisham's Wedding Night with MetroWest Opera.



Student Britt Brown, mezzo, in Guerilla Opera’s 2017 production of Chrononhotonthologos
Student Britt Brown, mezzo, in Guerilla Opera’s 2017 production of Chrononhotonthologos

Mauri Tetreault, mezzo-soprano, is having a successful year both in performing and teaching. Currently she has 30+ students, who are celebrating successes of their own like making districts with all state recommendations and leads in shows. Mauri just finished three performances and aprofessional recording with Odyssey Opera and a recital of 1/2 of the 24 Italian Songs and arias. In January she will perform the role of the Mother in "Amal and the Night Visitors" and Mercedes in "Carmen" with Opera New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Philharmonic. In March she will perform a recital of opera arias with the Beethoven Society and is planning a recital to coincide with an art gallery opening of modern German artists.



Danica Buckley, soprano, is a choral conductor, usually helping others to sing beautifully. She is thrilled to be studying voice again! In addition to conducting four regular choruses, plus a festival this year, she is for the first time in many years doing a full-length recital with pianist, Rasa Vitkauskaite. Saturday, April 7, Ventress Library, Marshfield, MA, 3pm.



Stuart Cabral, baritone, recently sang the Miller in Montsalvatge's opera El Gato con Botas with Operahub, and covered both The Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance with Greater Worcester Opera and Jack Point with Longwood Opera's concert production of The Yeoman of the Guard. He also performed as a professional ensemble member with Odyssey Opera in Tchaikovsky's Maid of Orleans as well as countless concerts and summer recitals. His next venture will be with the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra's production of Carmen as a professional ensemble member.



Alaina Calloway-Bolton, Mezzo-Soprano, runs a thriving vocal studio. She recently performed Bolcom cabaret songs and select German lieder in a local fundraiser gala and sang the roles of Benoit and Alcindoro in MetroWest Opera's production of La Femme Boheme. She will be appearing as the mezzo soloist in the Choral Art Society of the South Shore's performance of the Saint-Saens Christmas Oratorio, and has a solo recital coming up later in December.



Kimberly Coleman, Soprano, is a budding voice therapist who completed her post-graduate diploma in Communication Science and Disorders in August. She recently covered the role of Musetta and performed in the chorus in MetroWest Opera's production of La Femme Boheme. In February 2018, she will make her debut with WholeTone Opera as Philonia in the comedic opera, La Zombiata.



Leslie Leedberg, soprano, recently performed as Clo-Clo in The Merry Widow with Worcester Schubertiade. She was also featured as a soloist in Vivaldi’s Magnificat with Diamonds from the Dust chamber ensemble and the Worcester Youth Orchestra. This winter she will appear as the soprano soloist for The Messiah with the Maplewind Youth Orchestra in Barre, MA.



Barbara Levy, Soprano, sings with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus (the chorus of the Boston Symphony Orchestra) and she is getting ready to sing this year's Boston POPS concerts at Symphony Hall. She will be singing opening night at the POPS, December 5, and will also be singing two concerts on the 7th, two concerts on the 9th, and two concerts on the 12th.



Fanny Lora, Mezzo-soprano, presents “En Cuerpo & Alma” a recital dedicated to Spanish songs, jazz, and French art song. Saturday, December 9 at 11:00 AM at Hunneman Hall, Brookline Library. For more info visit: