Juilliard students help high school singers give voice to their art
From reporting by the Aiken Standard:
High school students gave youthful voices Wednesday to an early art form that dates back to Italy in the late 1500s.
As part of Joye in Aiken’s educational outreach program, students from the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville sang works from early Baroque opera during a master class conducted by students from The Juilliard School’s Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute of Vocal Arts.
Joye in Aiken receives grant support from the S.C. Arts Commission. Read the full story from the Aiken Standard here.