Mac Atkinson is a recent graduate of the vocal performance program at Oberlin Conservatory where he studied under Timothy LeFebvre. Mac currently studies under the esteemed Manny Perez. His recent performances include Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Benjamin Britten, Albert Herring in Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten, and El Remendado in Bizet’s Carmen. Other highlights include working with composer Missy Mazzoli in her opera Proving Up as Miles Zegner and completing a bucket list item when he performed Schubert’s Die Schöne Müllerin on Warner Stage at Oberlin Conservatory. This concert marks Mac’s first performance at An die Musik Live; he will return to the stage for a performance of Die Schöne Müllerin on October 15th.
Heather Morrison is a recent graduate of Peabody where she received a masters of vocal performance as well as a masters in voice pedagogy. While at Peabody she studied with the prestigious Elizabeth Futral. She currently works as a music teacher at the Baltimore School of Music. She is a member of Quire Cleveland with whom she is set to sing a concert in September. Her recent performances include Kenzie in Earth to Kenzie by Francis Pollock, Mrs. Wordsworth in Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten, and Despina in Cosi van Tutti by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Other highlights include Adele in Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II and Louise in the world premiere of Story of an Hour by Scott Little.
This is the second in a series of classical recitals featuring tenor Mac Atkinson and pianist Stephanie Baird.
Die Schöne Müllerin is one of the three monumental song cycles written by Franz Schubert and one of his most beloved works. It follows the story of the young miller boy as he traverses love and loss for the first time.
1. Das Wandern
4. Danksagung an den Bach
5. Am Feierabend
6. Der Neugierige
9. Des Müllers Blumen
13. Mit dem grünen Lautenbande
14. Der Jäger
15. Eifersucht und Stoltz
16. Die Liebe Farbe
17. Die böse Farbe
18. Trockne Blumen
19. Der Müller und der Bach
20. Des Baches Wiegenlied
Showtime: 3 pm Eastern/2 pm Central/1 pm Mountain/12 pm Pacific/5 pm GMT
In-person seats: $20 / $10 full-time students with ID
Attendees receive a link to the recording to view for one week.
Advance sales end one hour prior to showtime; tickets may be purchased at door, if any remain.
Streaming Cost is $15
The link will be revealed to live stream participants 15 minutes before the show
and will remain active thru Oct. 29