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For our first episode, Abby Krawson joins us to discuss her life, her entrepreneurial track, living and working in Boston, and the pros and cons of grad school and a conservatory education. Krawson is the director and a performer for the Boston Chapter of Opera On Tap, a countrywide organization devoted to bringing opera to the masses.

In 2018 Abigail is thrilled to be role-debuting Musetta with Boston Opera Collabortive and High Priestess with Connecticut Lyric Opera. She will also be the soprano in Cantos de Taos at the Taos Opera Institute in New Mexico.

We end the episode with Mozart’s Achich fühl’s and Alone by Heart. Follow the hyperlinks to see the video of the performances on The Barton Brothers’ YouTube.

Topics covered: Opera in non-traditional spaces, affordable space, new opera, graduate school, entrepreneurship as an independent singer, creating your own opportunities.

Relevant Links:
Boston Opera Collaborative
Boston Opera on Tap
New England Conservatory

Keep up with Abby Krawson at operabby.com 

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