Meagan Martin, mezzo-soprano, is joined by pianist Douglas Sumi and by flutist Anastasia Petanova for her final DMA recital. The program includes Haydn’s “Arianna a Naxos,” Ravel’s “Shéhérazade,” Rossini’s “La regata veneziana” and the West Coast Premiere of “Elinor Dashwood: A Song Cycle,” a new work inspired by Jane Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility” with music by Aferdian Stephens and text by Marella Martin Koch. Meagan is a student of Vladimir Chernov.
Sense and Sensibility: Meagan Martin’s Voice Recital
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