Laura Strickling (MM ’06) Reply

Soprano Laura Strickling (MM ’06) has won The American Prize in Vocal Performance for 2011 in the professional opera division.

The American Prize in Vocal Performance—Friedrich and Virginia Schorr Memorial Award, honors the memory of the greatest Wagnerian baritone of his age, Friedrich Schorr, who commanded the operatic stage between the world wars, and his wife, Virginia Schorr, who taught studio voice at the Manhattan School of Music and the Hartt School of Music for nearly fifty years.

Dahlia Flute Duo at IAWM Congress Reply

The Dahlia Flute Duo—Mary Matthews (MM ’10, Flute) and Melissa Wertheimer (MM ’10, Piccolo)—will perform at the 2011 Congress of the International Alliance for Women in Music, held in Flagstaff, Ariz, on Sept. 16. They will give the world premiere of Chatter by Nicole Chamberlain and perform An Unsubstantial Territory by Linda Dusman.

Laura Strickling (MM ’06) Reply

Soprano Laura Strickling (MM ’06) has won The American Prize in Vocal Performance for 2011 in the professional opera division.

The American Prize in Vocal Performance—Friedrich and Virginia Schorr Memorial Award, honors the memory of the greatest Wagnerian baritone of his age, Friedrich Schorr, who commanded the operatic stage between the world wars, and his wife, Virginia Schorr, who taught studio voice at the Manhattan School of Music and the Hartt School of Music for nearly fifty years.