Voices Boston

Boston Lyric Opera Audition Workshop


Improve your audition technique in a two-day intensive workshop with Boston Lyric Opera. Come discover the secrets to a successful musical theater or choral audition by learning professional techniques from seasoned experts on singing, acting, dancing, and more!


When: April 10-11, 2021 | 9:30am-2:30pm each day 

Where: Zoom

Who: Open to 5th–9th graders

Fee: $55 for VOICES Boston singers/alums; $70 for non-VOICES Boston singers

Deadline: Register HERE by April 1, 2021! 


We would love for you to join us! 


Guest Artists

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Dr Patricia Au is a versatile collaborative pianist, music director, and teaching artist. She has held positions at The Boston Conservatory, New England Conservatory, and Boston University Tanglewood Institute, as well as conducted masterclasses at Bucknell University and New World School of the Arts. As music director, she has led productions at The Boston Conservatory, OperaHub, and Boston Opera Collaborative. Dr. Au currently serves as Resident Teaching Artist and Education Pianist with The Boston Lyric Opera where she has a passion introducing young people to opera as a storytelling.
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Lydia Jane Graeff is a Resident Teaching Artist for Boston Lyric Opera. Her main duties include teaching opera creation and performance in classrooms, providing professional development for BPS teachers, and directing and performing in BLO’s annual Artist Classroom Visit production. Lydia also serves as a year-round Teaching Artist and Director for Company One Theatre and Wellesley Theatre Project.  She performs for Lyric Stage Company as a cast member of Kidstage at the Boston Children’s Museum and as an improviser for ComedySportz.
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Madison Florence is a Boston-based dancer, choreographer, and teacher. In college, she spent her time dancing and choreographing for Simmons University Dance Company (SUDC). She recently concluded her position as their first Alumna-in-Residence. Madison currently teaches Contemporary for All, a series of weekly contemporary dance classes, and performs with other local artists. In 2020, she created a piece titled "hello how are we" documenting experiences of isolation in collaboration with local artists. She is currently creating work for National Choreography Month (NACHMO) and Nozama Dance Collective.