Sublett Invited to Present Master Class
October 21, 2013
Virginia Sublett, Professor of Voice with the NDSU School of Music, has been invited to visit several area high school choirs, including those at North High School, South High School, and West Fargo High School. While at each school, Sublett will listen to and critique the choral ensembles; give short voice lessons to selected students; perform and short program; and discuss the NDSU School of Music Challey Scholarship Fund.
Additionally, Sublett has been invited to present a master class for voice students of Maria Williams Kennedy's Bel Canto Voice Studio, Grand Forks, N.D. She will work with each student, assisting them in their efforts to become professional singers.
Sublett joined the faculty in 2004, teaching applied voice, opera theatre and voice-related academic subjects. She has also taught at the University of California, San Diego, and the University of San Diego. She has appeared frequently as soprano soloist with orchestras, oratorio societies and chamber music ensembles throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico, including such ensembles as Los Angeles Philharmonic, Mainly Mozart, Illinois Symphony, Vancouver Chamber Choir, and Pacific Symphony. Sublett is co-founder and co-director of the San Diego-based professional choral ensemble, Cappella Gloriana, which made its second European tour in 2005 and has released three CDs.