allison_lindsay_headshot-e1420234504131Allison Lindsay, mezzo-soprano
Allan Conway, piano


Address:
SS. Cyril and Methodius Church
63 Popieluszko Court,
Hartford, CT

(between Wyllys St. & Charter Oak Ave.)


 
In Program:
“Dal mio Permesso” from Monteverdi’s Orfeo
If Music be the Food of Love (third version) – H. Purcell
“Thy hand, Belinda…When I am Laid in Earth” from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas
Flow, My Tears – J. Dowland
Amarilli, mia bella – G. Caccini
Vedro ‘l mio sol – G. Caccini
“Qui sedes ad dextram Patris” from Bach’s B Minor Mass
“Erbarme dich” from Bach’s St. Matthew Passion
“Es ist vollbracht” from Bach’s St. John Passion
“Verdi Prati” from Handel’s Alcina
“Sta nell’ircana” from Handel’s Alcina


 

Mezzo soprano Allison Lindsay is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory Master’s Degree program for Voice Performance. A few of her operatic credits include Rosina in Connecticut Lyric Opera’s production of The Barber of Seville, Second Noble Orphan (Der Rosenkavalier, Connecticut Lyric Opera), Sally in A Hand of Bridge and Lapák the Dog in The Cunning Little Vixen (both at The Boston Conservatory), and Ruggiero in Alcina at Hofstra University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in music, specializing in Vocal Performance. Ms. Lindsay also recently appeared as Dorabella in Cosi fan tutte with Connecticut Lyric Opera’s Summer Music Institute. She has trained at multiple young artist programs, including New York Opera Studio, Westchester Summer Vocal Institute, and the Baroque Opera Workshop at Queens College. Ms. Lindsay has also performed as a concert soloist, most recently at the Berklee College of Music Words and Music Festival in Boston, MA. Other solo concert credits include performances with the Boston Conservatory Baroque Ensemble, Hofstra University’s Collegium Musicum, String Orchestra and New Music Ensemble, the Binghamton Baroque Ensemble, and the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. She also performed in Providence, RI as the mezzo soloist in the Bruckner Requiem with the Rhode Island Civic Chorale and Orchestra as a winner of their 6th Annual Collegiate Vocal Competition. Ms. Lindsay is also a trained dancer, and was the Dance Captain for Boston Midsummer Opera’s production of Martha this past July.

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