Perspective in Artistry Greer Grimsley
Interactive Discussion - Greer Grimsley, Luretta Bybee, Emma Grimsley
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Join world-renowned Bass-Baritone Greer Grimsley, international mezzo-soprano Luretta Bybee, and their daughter Emma Grimsley in a heartfelt conversation about the career of singing, family, gaining and maintaining perspective, preserving the sanctity of our art, exuding grace and etiquette in the industry, discovering your unique voice, and being a vessel for musical expression on the stage and beyond. Ask questions and interact with role models who walk the walk. Greer Grimsley is internationally recognized as an outstanding singing actor and one of the most prominent Wagnerian singers of our day. Continuing his reign as a leading interpreter of the god Wotan, he sang the eminent role once again this past Spring 2019 for The Metropolitan Opera’s Der Ring des Nibelungen in the reprisal of Robert Lepage’s landmark production from 2013. His interpretation of Wotan has also brought him to multiple esteemed international opera houses. Luretta Bybee has proven to be an artist of remarkable range and versatility in her performances throughout the world and has now become in demand as a dynamic and comedic singing actress. Continuing her forays into the realm of musical theatre, Ms. Bybee has portrayed roles such as Madame Armfeldt in A Little Night Music with the Pine Mountain Music Festival, Little Buttercup in H.M.S. Pinafore and Golde in Fiddler on the Roof at Shreveport Opera, Ruth in Pirates of Penzance with San Diego Opera, and Mrs. Lovett in Sondheim’s beloved horror story Sweeney Todd at Vancouver Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, and New Orleans Opera. Most recently, Bybee performed Mary in The Flying Dutchman with Dallas Opera and sang in the concert “On Broadway” with the Springfield Symphony.