Friday, December 28, 2018

Marc Callahan to embark on Duparc recital tour

Marc Callahan
American barihunk Marc Callahan will start of the New Year by performing a series of French chansons recital, which will focus on Henri Duparc.

Callahan is a noted specialist in French music having won a scholarship that allowed him to study at the ÉEole Normale de Musique de Paris and the Schola Cantorum. He studied French at the Institut de Touraine and art song with French barihunk François Le Roux at the Académie Françis Poulenc.

Marc Callahan in recital:

Callahan will join soprano Arian Wyatt and Richard Masters as part of the Oceana Ensemble to perform Duparc songs throughout Texas and Virginia. The will perform January 20th at the San Angelo Chamber Music Series, January 22 at Baylor University, January 23rd at Texas A&M University, January 24th at the University of Texas at Austin and February 11th at Virginia Tech. He'll perform a solo program of French songs on February 6th at the University if North Carolina at Chapel Hill and on February 18th at the University of Delaware.

When Callahan isn't performing, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Music at UNC-Chapel Hill and directs opera in the U.S. and France.

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