Reviews: Les Contes d’Hoffmann at the Met

Susanna Phillips, in her seventh consecutive season at the Met, sings the second act ingenue Antonia, as well as the Stella in the Prologue and Epilogue.

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Lyric Opera of Chicago | 2015-16 Season Announcement

The Lyric Opera of Chicago announced its 2015-16 season earlier this month!

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Review: Mendelssohn/Bach St. Matthew Passion

Mendelssohn had his own thoughts on how Bach’s St. Matthew Passion should be performed, and Susanna Phillips explored that version last weekend in performance with the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia.

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Review: Praise for Music of the Baroque’s DIVA!

Susanna joined the Music of the Baroque orchestra over the weekend with conductor and Music Director Jane Glover on an exciting concert with works by Handel, Haydn, and Mozart. Read the exciting review!

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Review: Metropolitan Opera Trio

Hosted by the Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach, Susanna Phillips joined Met Opera colleagues Julie Landsman(French horn) and Brian Zeger (Piano) for a concert of both Franz and Richard Strauss and Schubert.

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Interview with Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

Susanna Phillips and Eric Owens

See Susanna next week (January 9, 2015) in Philadelphia with Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. Read more about Susanna in the interview!

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World AIDS Day | CD Release: “An AIDS Quilt Songbook: Sing for Hope”

The organization Sing for Hope releases new disc in support of AIDS research – Susanna Phillips joins pianist Thomas Bagwell in performing “Hold On” by Gilda Lyons.

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Review: Haydn’s The Creation with OSNY

“Susanna Phillips, sang with a secure, pure tone and silken timbre as the Angel Gabriel. Her resonant voice imbued ‘Nun beut die Flur’ (With verdure clad) with natural beauty befitting the formation of the flowers being described.”

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Here’s the Fall Newsletter!

Strauss, Haydn, Fauré, Puccini and more – that’s what this fall has in store for Susanna!

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Review: Strauss’ Four Last Songs at LPO

Read an excerpt from the review of lauded Louisiana Philharmonic’s season opening concert on Friday September 19th.

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