SongSalon concerts, Song as a Second Language education program
Linn Maxwell Keller
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2016 Award Artist Marie Marquis
and pianist Jason Wirth
were presented at Merkin Concert Hall
on November 28, 2016.
"Ms. Marquis lacks nothing. Not only is she a major vocal talent but she has the beauty and poise to grace any stage"
Read the entire review here:
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Joy In Singing is deeply saddened at the passing of board member and former President, Linn Maxwell Keller. As the 1977 Debut Artist, Linn received praise from the New York Times as having "A true mezzo soprano, ample in size yet easily modulated in either registral extreme and graced with an appealing plangency of timbre." Linn went on to a international career in opera, oratorio, art song, and cabaret, with recordings on such major labels as RCA, New World and Albany Records.
"Linn Maxwell's later career was exceptional", remarked music director Paul Sperry. "Her dramatic portrayals of Hildegard of Bingen, Lilli Marlene, Lotte Lenya, Julie Andrews, and Mary Cassatt were truly original in their use of song and speech". Throughout her career, Linn nourished Joy In Singing with her generosity and service. An advocate for music in many forms, Linn also served as Honorary Board Member of the Grand Rapids Symphony (Michigan) and founded the Grand Rapids Bach Festival. Joy In Singing mourns the loss of a staunch supporter, caring friend, and accomplished artist. Our condolences to her loving husband, Fred Keller, and family.
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The Board of Directors of Joy In Singing wishes to announce a hiatus from September 2016 to September 2017. This one-year suspension will give us the opportunity to re-define and expand our programs and community outreach, and to become a resource and support center for all those interestedin perpetuating and sustaining classical art song. Please bear with us and be sure to return to this site next year at this time, when applications for the 2018 Song Competition will be available.
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