Denyce Graves Master ClassTues Aug 14 at 7pmCharles H. Morris Center, 10 E Broad Street
Premium seating available
Named “an operatic superstar of the 21st century,” Denyce Graves is one of the most exciting artists singing and teaching today. Her iconic portrayals of classic characters like Carmen and Dalila have been staples of her career. Ms. Graves’ experience extends beyond opera into musical theatre and popular music, all of which inform her artistry and teaching style.
Watch Graves, the 2018 Milnes VOICE Awardee, in action as she shares her knowledge with the next generation of great artists in this Master Class.
Sponsored by Middy Larson
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Please look for signage for the Premium Seating section. Seats are not assigned. Donors at the Bizet Level and above automatically qualify for Reserved Seating.
Please note: Seating diagrams are an approximation and are subject to change.
Get to know the gorgeous voice of mezzo soprano Denyce Graves!
Before You Go
Charles H. Morris Center
The Charles H. Morris Center is one of the south’s most popular entertainment and wedding destinations and is consistently voted Best of Savannah event spaces. Located near Bay and Broad Street, patrons can enjoy a variety of dining options for their evening.
There is limited parking in the adjoining lot. Street parking is available along Broad Street and nearby squares.
The Charles H. Morris Center is located down the street from our Community Partners at Cha Bella, A Farm to Table restaurant serving locally sourced meals. VOICE Society members receive 25% off their food order with their membership card.
We recommend you arrive with plenty of time for parking. Please keep in mind that the lobby opens 1 hour prior to showtime and the doors open 30 minutes prior to showtime.
Recognized worldwide as one of today’s most exciting vocal stars, Denyce Graves continues to gather unparalleled popular and critical acclaim in performances on four continents. USA Today identifies her as “an operatic superstar of the 21st century,” and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution exclaims, “If the human voice has the power to move you, you will be touched by Denyce Graves.”
Her career has taken her to the world’s great opera houses and concert halls. The combination of her expressive, rich vocalism, elegant stage presence, and exciting theatrical abilities allows her to pursue a wide breadth of operatic portrayals and to delight audiences in concert and recital appearances. Denyce Graves has become particularly well-known to operatic audiences for her portrayals of the title roles in Carmen and Samson et Dalila. These signature roles have brought Ms. Graves to the Metropolitan Opera, Vienna Staatsoper, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, San Francisco Opera, Opéra National de Paris, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Washington National Opera, Bayerische Staatsoper, Arena di Verona, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Opernhaus Zürich, Teatro Real in Madrid, Houston Grand Opera, The Dallas Opera, Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Los Angeles Opera, and the Festival Maggio Musicale in Florence.
Ms. Graves appears continually on the stages of leading theaters in North America, Europe, and Asia. Highlights have included a Robert Lepage production of The Rake’s Progress at San Francisco Opera, the title role in Richard Danielpour’s Margaret Garner in the world premiere performances at Michigan Opera Theater with further performances at Cincinnati Opera, Opera Carolina, and Opera Philadelphia, the role of Charlotte in Werther for Michigan Opera Theatre opposite Andrea Bocelli in his first staged operatic performances, and the role of Judith in a William Friedkin production of Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle in her return to Los Angeles Opera; she also has sung Judith at the Washington National Opera and for The Dallas Opera. Recent appearances include the world premieres of Doubt at Minnesota Opera and Champion at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis, as well as the role debuts of Katisha in The Mikado for Lyric Opera of Kansas City and Herodias in Salome for Palm Beach Opera.
In the 2017-2018 season, Ms. Graves can be seen in recital at Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires before going on to perform the role of The Old Lady in Candide at both Washington National Opera and Palm Beach Opera. She will also appear at the Gala de Danza in Los Cobos, Mexico. In addition, Ms. Graves will sing recitals at Bob Jones University (Greenville, SC) and the Academy Art Museum (Eaton, IL).