Denyce Graves to give master class for Peabody Conservatory voice students
As Terrence McNally's hit play "Master Class" affirms, the combination of a seasoned vocal artist and budding students eager for fine-tubing can be quite electric.
Of course, not every master class could be as wild as the one in the play, which has the divine Maria Callas dispensing wisdom in between reminiscing about her fabled career.
For that matter, the classes Callas actually gave at Juilliard were much saner than the version McNally created for his play, which is back on Broadway featuring Tyne Daly in a terrific performance as Callas.
Ah, but I digress. Denyce Graves, the popular and glamorous mezzo-soprano who has enjoyed a major international career, will give a two-hour master class at the Peabody Conservatory on Monday, starting at ...
Five voice students are scheduled to participate in the session.
If you'd like to observe Graves working with the students, the master class is open to the public at no charge. It will be held in Griswold Hall.SUN FILE PHOTO