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Music in a Great Space Recital
November 13 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
The 30th concert season of Music in a Great Space continues with tenor John Osborn and pianist Cheryl Lin Fielding in recital on Sunday, November 13, 2022, at 3:00 p.m.
American tenor John Osborn has gained international acclaim in the bel canto and French Grand Opéra repertoire. Mr. Osborn has performed throughout the world, and won first prize in several competitions including the Metropolitan Opera, Placido Domingo Prize (Budapest), Petrassi (Rome), and Oscar della Lirica (China).
“One of today’s most thrilling tenors, John Osborn is in constant demand on the world’s most prestigious opera stages. His gorgeous voice is particularly noted for its magnificent top end.”
No tickets are necessary; donations are appreciated.
Learn more about Music in a Great Space, the concert series at Shadyside Presbyterian Church.
More About John Osborn
John Osborn is a winner of the Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Awards (1994), and a graduate of the distinguished company’s Young Artist Development Program (1997).
His early career consisted of many Rossini opera performances including Il barbiere di Siviglia (San Francisco, Metropolitan NYC, San Diego, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Berlin Staatsoper, LA Opera, Semperoper Dresden, Royal Opera House, Des Moines Metro Opera, Teatro Colon, Wiener Staatsoper); La Cenerentola (Paris Salle Garnier, Opera de Montreal, Regio di Torino, Santiago Chile, Saint Gallen, Opernhaus Zurich); Il Turco in Italia; La donna del Lago (Teatro Alla Scala, Metropolitan Opera); L’italiana in Algeri; Guillaume Tell (L’accademia di Santa Cecilia, Dutch National Opera, Theater an der Wien, Grand Theatre de Genève, Proms in London, Metropolitan Opera, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Opera de Lyon, Royal Opera House). Since making his debut in French Grand Opera as Prince Leopold in La Juive at the Bastille in Paris in 2007, he made an historic performance of Arnold Melchtal in Guillaume Tell at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, and has performed this role more than anyone in history. Recently, he was awarded best tenor performance from the Friends of the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia, Spain, for his performances as Hoffmann last season. He is also a winner of the Operalia Placido Domingo, Goffredo Petrassi Awards, Aureliano Pertile Award, Bellini D’Oro, and Oscar della Lirica.
About Cheryl Lin Fielding
Cheryl Lin Fielding has performed throughout the United States, Italy, France, and Japan, including major venues such as Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, Merkin Recital Hall, Seiji Ozawa Hall, Music Academy of the West, Aspen Music Festival, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Juilliard Theater, the Mark Morris Dance Group, Musco Center for the Arts, and Soka Performing Arts Center.
Dr. Fielding has been awarded the Grace B. Jackson Prize in Excellence by the Tanglewood Music Festival, recognized by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, and three times received the distinguished Gwendolyn Koldofsky Award in keyboard collaborative arts. She holds dual master’s degrees from the Juilliard School and the Doctor of Musical Arts in keyboard collaborative arts at the University of Southern California, with extended emphasis in vocal performance.