We are very pleased to be working with numerous concert
singers on our affiliate artists
list. In order to provide established
opera singers with additional concert work, Seidel Artists Management works collaboratively with exceptional singers
on established New York opera agents rosters. Here is a brief list of several affiliate
artists. Please contact us directly for full bio and more music clips.
Anita Johnson, soprano
Operatic and concert engagements for the
2010-2011 season include engagements with the Metropolitan Opera in Carmen and The
Queen of Spades, a
concert of soprano arias with the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra, Carmina Burana with Youngstown Symphony, and a holiday concert with South Bend Symphony Orchestra.
She returns to the Metropolitan Opera in 2011-12 to sing Crowned Child in
Macbeth. (in cooperation with John
Jane Redding, soprano
For recordings go to www.
Ms Redding performs Faure Requiem this season with Texarkana
Symphony, Musetta in La Boheme with Harrisburg Symphony, Lui in Turandot with Pensacola Opera
and Blanche in Dialogues of the Carmelites with Des Moines Metro Opera ( in
cooperation with Peter Randsman)
Scott Piper, tenor www.scott-piper.com
Performances in 2010-11 for Scott
include Edgardo in Lucia with Seattle Opera, Don Jose with Israel, Kentucky, and
Nashville Opera, Alfredo in LaTraviata
with Indianapolis Opera, Pinkerton in Madama
Butterfly with New Jersey Opera, among others. For video’s please go to Youtube, or click the media link below.
(in cooperation with Ana deArchuletta)
Grant Youngblood, baritone
Performances in 2010-11 include Capriccio at the Metropolitan Opera,
a return to Opera Delaware as Scarpia in the production of Tosca,
and at the Austin Lyric Opera as Giorgio Germont in La Traviata, a
concert with the Serafin-String Quartet, Belcore in Elisir d’amore with Jacksonville Symphony and a return engagement with Harrisburg Symphony as Marcello in
their concert performance of LaBoheme.
Grant recently performed Scarpia in
the Sarasota Opera production of Tosca and returned to the
Central City Opera to sing as Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor
(directed by Catherine Malfitano). At the San Francisco Opera Grant covered
Dmitri Hvorostovsky as Count Di Luna in Il Trovatore, followed by a
debut at Opera Columbus as Tonio in I Pagliacci. He also performed in
the Brahms Requiem with the Anchorage Symphony,Carmina Burana with
Ft.Wayne Philharmonic and sang Handel's Messiah with the Louisiana
Philharmonic in New Orleans.
(in cooperation with Peter Randsman)
STEPHEN MORSCHECK, BASS-BARITONE
Performances in the 2010-2011
season, include Capulet in Roméo et Juliette at the Dallas
Opera, Jesus in St Matthew Passion
with John Nelson conducting Soli Deo, Handel’s Messiah with the Santa Fe Symphony, Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy and Ninth
Symphony with the Alabama Symphony
Orchestra, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
with the Roanoke Symphony, and Mozart’s Requiem with the Sheboygan Symphony.
His 2009-2010 engagements included Sparafucile in Rigoletto at the Florentine Opera, Don Alphonso in Cosi Fan Tutte with Arizona Opera, Capulet in Roméo et
Juliette at the Dallas Opera, Kecal in
Smetana’s Prodaná nevešta (The Bartered Bride) in Czech at the University of North Texas, Mozart’s Requiem with Music of the Baroque, Handel’s
Messiah with the Dallas Bach Society, Verdi’s
Requiem with the University of North
Texas, Beethoven's Missa Solemnis
with the Choral Society of Durham, and Bach’s B Minor Mass with the National Symphony Orchestra of
Costa Rica in San Jose. (in cooperation with Pinnacle Artists)