Seagle Music Colony strives to keep our audiences and supporters in the loop about what is happening. A great way to keep up on what’s happening at SMC is to follow our Blog – we also love to get comments! For the most recent news involving SMC and our alumni. Follow our Facebook Page, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube Channel. Other resources for news are the Seagle Colony Chronicle, and High Notes donor newsletter.
Seagle Colony Chronicle
The Seagle Colony Chronicle is our oldest continuously published newsletter and provides insight about our organization, performances, young artists and artist alumni. Now published as an e-newsletter, you can sign up to receive your bi-annual copy TODAY! You can also view the May 2018 Seagle Colony Chronicle online.
“High Notes” is our annual donor newsletter. View our latest issue – October 2017.
Here are some things that have been said about Seagle Music Colony:
The excellence and dedication of the music staff, the talented and enthusiastic young singers and the safe and supportive working environment the Colony provides, seem to me unparalleled in the field of opera development. — Stephen Schwartz, composer of Wicked, Pippin and Godspell
an extraordinary production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Wow. Really, wow. — Cathy DeDe, The Glens Falls Chronicle, about; 2012
Exceptional singing and inventive costume designs were the hallmarks of Seagle Colony’s…production. — Geraldine Freedman, Schenectady Daily Gazette, about The Tales of Hoffmann, 2011
Our audiences treat the Colony as a precious thing that they never want to go away, and that’s why we’re in the good shape that we’re in. — Darren K. Woods to Benjamin Pomerance, Lake Champlain Weekly, 2011
#1 Attraction/Museum in the Region as voted by the readers of the Glens Falls Post in its annual “Best of the Region” poll, May 2013
How do we develop new works, new artists, new communities that can help us communicate to each other, through music, compelling testimony of the way we live now? . . . I believe the current work of Seagle Music Colony bids fair to be a vivid and valuable part of the solution. — Mark Adamo, composer of the operas Little Women and Lysistrata
If I hadn’t gone to the Seagle Music Colony I wouldn’t be here now. — Sean Pannikar on the occasion of his debut in Manon Lescaut at the Metropolitan Opera, 2008
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