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Vol. 112, No. 3

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A Master Class with Anthony Roth Costanzo '04

Featuring students from the Princeton Opera Company

By Brett Tomlinson
Published in the October26, 2011, issue


Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo ’04, scheduled to make his Metropolitan Opera debut in December, visited Princeton in September to share advice with six talented students from the Princeton Opera Company.

Anthony Roth Costanzo ’04 with soprano Lydia Lim ’15 during an opera master class at Taplin Auditorium in September.
Brett Tomlinson
Anthony Roth Costanzo ’04 with soprano Lydia Lim ’15 during an opera master class at Taplin Auditorium in September.

Princeton Alumni Weekly captured highlights from the session and spoke with company co-founder Katie Dubbs ’14. Students featured include Dubbs (mezzo-soprano), Lydia Lim ’15 (soprano), Matt Prast ’12 (tenor), Katherine Buzard ’ 14 (soprano), Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen ’15 (countertenor), Tara Ohrtman ’13 (soprano), and pianist Anna Tchetchetkine ’12.

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