Lenora Green-Turner, Soprano

Oct 13, 2016 | Posted by | 0 comments

Soprano, Lenora Green-Turner originally from Macon, Georgia is the Artist-in-Residence for LeMoyne-Owen College, Stax Music Academy and Opera Memphis helping to bridge the gap in the African American community through the arts. A recipient of the Jane Willson Emerging Artist award and the Leo Rogers Scholarship of the Sarasota Opera Guild, She frequents the opera and concert stages. Her recent roles include 1st Lady (The Magic Flute), Mrs. Gobineau (The Medium) with OM, Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Antonia (Les Contes d’Hoffmann) while participating the Martina Arroyo Foundation’s Prelude to Performance Program, the title role of Puccini’s Suor Angelica with IU Opera Theater, Berta (Il Barbiere di Siviglia) with MOT and New Orleans Opera Association, High Priestess (Aida) at the Glimmerglass Festival, Ms. Green also directed/starred as Countess Susanna in Il Segreto di Susanna by Ermano Wolf-Ferrari. A recipient of MONC Encouragement Award, top honors in the NATS, the William Knight Competition, and the MTNA Young Artist Program she is a former student of Metropolitan Opera Soprano, Carol Vaness, and holds a MM degree from the University of Michigan and Performance Diploma from Indiana University.

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