Denyce Graves, OTSL’s Artist-in-Training Program

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis and Monsanto’s Artists in Training concert on April 10 marked the 26th anniversary for the scholarship program. Every year, area high school students compete for scholarships awarded based on their performances at the recital. The Monsanto Fund, the philanthropic arm of the Monsanto Company, supports the program and has awarded more than $438,000 in scholarship money since its inception. Denyce Graves, internally acclaimed mezzo-soprano, judged this year’s competition. She has previously appeared on the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis stage in the 2013 world premiere of Terence Blanchar’s Champion, in OTSL’s #WithNormandy: A Concert for Peace and Unity and OTSL’s 2015 Spring Sing! Produced by Kerry Marks.

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Denyce Graves, OTSL’s Artist-in-Training Program

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am