Jazimina MacNeil, mezzo-soprano
Hailed as "fulminant" by the Berliner Morgenpost and "clearly a singer to watch" by the New York Times, Jazimina MacNeil is a versatile artist whose recent and upcoming performances include concerts with the Tanglewood Music Center, the role of the Subdominant Chord in Steven Stucky's new opera The Classical Style with the Aspen Music Festival, the Alto soloist in Mahler's Second Symphony at Carnegie Hall with the New York Youth Symphony, concerts of John Harbison's music with the Pro Arte Quartet, chamber music collaborations with the Aureole Trio, Electric Earth, and the Apple Hill quartet, a solo recital with the Sideman Projekt in Berlin, a Verdi Requiem with the Brattleboro Concert Choir, a Mozart Requiem with the Albany Symphony, a solo recital at the Curt Sachs Saal in the Berlin Philharmonic, and recitals at the Ravinia Festival and the Marlboro Music Festival. Jazimina received her Bachelors from the Manhattan School of Music and Masters from the Curtis Institute of Music.
Andrew Munn, bass
Bass Andrew Munn is a performer and collaborative artist whose work spans canonical and contemporary opera, concert, and chamber works. He is currently a Graduate Diploma candidate in Vocal Arts at The Juilliard School. He was a 2017 Vocal Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center, where he was featured as a soloist in Bach's Liebster Jesu mein Verlangen conducted by John Harbison, excerpts from Heinrich Schütz's Symphonaie Sacrae, and recitals curated by Stephanie Blythe and Dawn Upshaw. Also in 2017, Andrew made his Alice Tully Hall debut under the direction of Laurence Cummings in Handel's Agrippina with Juilliard Opera. Andrew is a graduate of the Bard Graduate Vocal Arts Program under direction of Dawn Upshaw and the University of Michigan. He grew up in State College, Pennsylvania and began singing in his high school choral program.
Adam Rothenberg, piano
Pianist Adam Rothenberg is a versatile young artist and sought-after collaborator who has performed throughout the United States and Europe in a wide array of solo, collaborative, chamber music, and orchestral concerts. A native of Syracuse, NY, he is the proud recipient of a Kovner Fellowship at the Juilliard School, where he is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano under the tutelage of Jonathan Feldman, Margo Garrett, and Brian Zeger. Adam graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University and has also studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, the Chautauqua Institution, and Eastern Music Festival. An avid ensemble musician, he has performed with the New York Philharmonic, the Juilliard Orchestra, and the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. Adam has also worked extensively in opera and musical theatre, including productions at Juilliard Opera and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute. He recently studied and performed at the Tanglewood Music Center as a 2017 Vocal Piano Fellow.