Musicale Goes to the Opera!
Don’t miss this delightful concert series in Hill-Stead’s Drawing Room
Baritone Eric Delagrange will perform his selection of opera favorites in Hill-Stead’s period Drawing Room. Eric is a second-year resident artist at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia.
5:45 pm Wine and cheese reception
6:30 pm Musical performance
Museum Members | $55
Non-Members | $65
LetsGOArts! Members | $55
Presented with generous support from:
Hill-Stead Museum wishes to thank The Richard P. Garmany Fund at The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
Sponsored by SKY Investment Group
Bass Baritone Eric Delagrange is currently a second-year resident artist at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, where he will sing the role of Balthazar in Donizetti’s La Favorite. Highlights of previous seasons include Gideon March/Mr. Dashwood in Little Women with Opera in the Heights; Pistola in Falstaff, and Dr. Grenvil in La Traviata with Martina Arroyo’s Prelude to Performance; Kochubey in Mazepa, King Rene in Iolanta, and Thibaut d’Arc in The Maid of Orleans with Russian Opera Workshop.
Role highlights at AVA include Vodnik in Rusalka, Don Alfonso in Così fan Tutte, and Le Duc in Roméo et Juliette. Honors and awards include being named a winner of the Cynthia Vernardakis Award from the Orpheus Vocal Competition and a recipient of the American Opera Society of Chicago award. A native of Buffalo, NY, Mr. Delagrange holds a Bachelor of Music from Mercyhurst University, and a Master of Music from DePaul University.