Lyric Tenor, Ross Price, has performed opera, oratorio and concerts from Maine to Morelia, Mexico. A former student of the late John Alexander and acclaimed soprano, Phyllis Curtin, Mr. Price made his operatic debut with the Opera Company of Boston at the age of 24. Twice selected as a student at Tanglewood, Ross has performed under such conductors as Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, and the late Sarah Caldwell. Excelling in the repertoire of Mozart and Rossini, Mr. Price has performed with, among others, Opera New England, Opera Company of Boston, Austin Lyric Opera, Dallas Lyric Opera, Mississippi Opera, Shreveport Opera, and has appeared as a soloist with the Boston Symphony, San Antonio Festival, the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, Mississippi Symphony, Monroe Symphony, and the Morelia Symphony Orchestra. He has received positive reviews from "Opera News Magazine", the Boston Globe, Dallas Morning News, Manchester Union Leader, and the Clarion Ledger. In addition to numerous concerts and recitals, Mr. Price has appeared on television and radio live broadcast performances.
Preceding post graduate work at Boston University, Mr. Price holds the M.M. and the B.M. degrees from Mississippi College where he was a student of Gerald Claxton.
MUS 130A - Class Voice
MW, 12:00-12:50, Aven 403
MUS 131 - Applied Voice
MUS 132 - Applied Voice