Monday, March 27, 2017 at 7pm


Sadie Goodman, Soprano

Soprano Sadie Goodman holds undergraduate and masters degrees in voice and music education from Samford University, a masters in voice and opera from Northwestern University, and a doctorate from the University of Alabama. She has had the opportunity to work closely with living composers John Musto and Ricky Ian Gordon on the roles of Mid-Aged Woman and Rosasharn in their respective operas Bastianello and The Grapes of Wrath. Among other roles is Second Spirit in the Aspen Music Festival Opera Theatre Center’s production of Die Zauberflöte. Sadie is a winner of the Alabama National Association of Teachers of Singing competition and the National Federation of Music Clubs Competition in Alabama. She serves as assistant professor of music at Judson College, and also maintains a private studio in Birmingham. She is the President of the Iota Province for the international professional music fraternity, Delta Omicron and advises Judson's student chapter. She is honored to work closely with Alabama composer Terre Johnson, and was the soprano soloist for the world premiere of his work Missa Femina in 2014, and will be the soprano soloist for the U. S. premiere of his new work entitled Song of the Captive in April.

 

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