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MODEL LOVE
or How the Young and Fashionable Are Feeling This Season
a staged song cycle

Fun, energetic and curious song cycle in need of the right audience. R U what I M looking 4? Not one for labels but people have called me contemporary art music with rock, jazz and blues. You can call me whatever or whenever you like. Interested in M-M-W threesome? I’m all of that too. Must have good sense of humor. Let's just relax... get to know each other... and see what happens.

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Rosalie Sullivan
mezzo-soprano
Mezzo-soprano Rosalie Sullivan has been acclaimed for her 'charm, grace and keen sense of phrasing.' Equally at home in opera and oratorio, she has performed at Carnegie Hall as the mezzo soloist in the Mozart Requiem and in the NY premiere of Stephen Edward's Ave Maria Mass with MidAmerica Productions. Noted for 'real and surprisingly sympathetic' characters that are both 'well and coyly sung,' Ms. Sullivan’s operatic repertoire includes Rosina, Cenerentola, Cherubino, Dorabella, Sesto (La Clemenza di Tito), and The Chinese Woman (Paul Moravec's The Letter).

An apprentice with the Santa Fe Opera (2007, 2008) and a Merola Artist with the San Francisco Opera (2004), Ms. Sullivan has been a recipient of grant awards from the Merola Opera Board and the Anna Sosenko Assist Trust. Recent performances include scenes from Paula Kimper’s Patience and Sarah with American Opera Projects and songs of Paul Moravec with Trio Solisti for Opera America’s Salon Series: Exploring American Voices.

Sunday, October 2, 2011
4:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
The Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
Samuel B. & David Rose Building
70 Lincoln Center Plaza
(165 West 65th Street)
New York, NY 10023
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