CAREER BRIDGES: "Who Wants to be an Opera Star?"
NEW YORK-NOVEMBER 17: CAREER BRIDGES Presents "WHO WANTS TO BE AN OPERA STAR?” on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at the Leonard Nimroy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway at 95th Street, New York City, NY. For the first time in the United States six highly talented young opera singers performed and were judged by a panel of esteemed experts in the operatic world: "WHO WANTS TO BE AN OPERA STAR?”, featured five talented young Career Bridges’ Grant winners, premiering at the Leonard Nimroy Thalia/Peter Norton Symphony Space on Tuesday, November 17, 2009. Over 150 audience participants cast their vote to choose their favorite, Jorell Williams, Baritone and perhaps America's next big Opera Star. Serving as Judges were: Patrice Munsel, Metropolitan Opera Star, Lucine Amara, Metropolitan Opera Star, Dr. Robert Sirota, President Manhattan School of Music. The show was hosted by Radio Personality Robert Sherman. The event was produced by Career Bridges' co-founders David Schuyler Bender and Barbara Meister-Bender. PHOTO CREDIT: ©Manhattan Society.com 2009 by Gregory Partanio | tel: 718.614.7740 |e-mail: GregPartanio@aol.comRead More