Most of us, I am sure,do not think of choral singers as being professional.  They may be very talented but how would they earn a living in that musical genre’?

CappellaWell, Oregon Music News has provided us with an insight to the life of one such person, Stephanie Kramer.  She is a member of a great many groups including Cappella Romana which performed to great acclaim here on Paros this last September.  Stephanie is second from right in the photo.

Here is one quote from the article:

“And of course it’s always frustrating when you have to stop in the middle of a great take because of a motorcycle going by or a rooster crowing.

A rooster crowing?

Kramer: That happened on the Greece tour. We were recording in a lovely little country church on the island of Paros, and a rooster crowed during one of our takes. We all burst out laughing.”

Read the complete interview at Stephanie Kramer tells about life as a professional choral singer

By the way she states she has recorded in over 60 CD’s!

1 comments:

At December 13, 2011 10:18 PM Stephanie Kramer said...

So nice of you to share the article. I believe we met briefly after our concert at the Ekatontapyliani in Paros. Hopefully we'll get to travel there again sometime. It was truly an amazing experience.

 

Post a Comment


Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Facebook me!

expatriate

Globe of Blogs

Travel Blog Directory

Instant Free Web Site Submission