Lisa Hopkins Seegmiller

Lisa Hopkins
Lisa Hopkins Seegmiller (born 1978), credited as Lisa Hopkins until 2008, is an American classical singer and actress from Simi Valley, California.wikipedia
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Manhattan School of Music

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She holds a B.A. in Theater Studies and Acting from Yale University and a M.M. in Classical Voice from the Manhattan School of Music.

Wolf Trap Opera Company

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Seegmiller was also selected as a Wolf Trap Opera Company Filene Young Artist, singing the role of Corvina in John Musto's adaptation of Volpone (June, 2007) and the First Lady in Die Zauberflöte (August, 2007).
Notable Filene Young Artists include Lisa Hopkins Seegmiller, John Holiday and Craig Colclough.

57th Tony Awards

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Seegmiller also appears on the production's cast album, singing the final act, and she sang excerpts from the role at the televised performance during the 2003 Tony Awards ceremony at Radio City Music Hall.

Volpone

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Seegmiller was also selected as a Wolf Trap Opera Company Filene Young Artist, singing the role of Corvina in John Musto's adaptation of Volpone (June, 2007) and the First Lady in Die Zauberflöte (August, 2007).
The opera was produced again in 2007 by the Wolf Trap Opera Company with a new cast featuring Joshua Jeremiah, Jeremy Little, Faith Sherman, and Lisa Hopkins.

Classical music

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Lisa Hopkins Seegmiller (born 1978), credited as Lisa Hopkins until 2008, is an American classical singer and actress from Simi Valley, California.

Simi Valley, California

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Lisa Hopkins Seegmiller (born 1978), credited as Lisa Hopkins until 2008, is an American classical singer and actress from Simi Valley, California. Seegmiller was born Lisa Hopkins in Simi Valley, California, and grew up all over the United States and Canada, from Los Angeles to Manhattan, North Dakota, Iowa, Missouri and Utah.

Yale University

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She holds a B.A. in Theater Studies and Acting from Yale University and a M.M. in Classical Voice from the Manhattan School of Music.

Master of Music

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She holds a B.A. in Theater Studies and Acting from Yale University and a M.M. in Classical Voice from the Manhattan School of Music.

Baz Luhrmann

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She is best known for her portrayal of Mimi in Baz Luhrmann's 2002–03 production of La bohème on Broadway, for which she received a 2003 Tony Award.

Broadway theatre

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She is best known for her portrayal of Mimi in Baz Luhrmann's 2002–03 production of La bohème on Broadway, for which she received a 2003 Tony Award.

Special Tony Award

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She is best known for her portrayal of Mimi in Baz Luhrmann's 2002–03 production of La bohème on Broadway, for which she received a 2003 Tony Award.

Estates Theatre

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Since then, Seegmiller has performed around the United States and Europe in concerts, operas and musical theatre, at venues such as the Estates Theatre in Prague, Wolf Trap in Virginia, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Utah Symphony and Opera, and at several music festivals.

Prague

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Since then, Seegmiller has performed around the United States and Europe in concerts, operas and musical theatre, at venues such as the Estates Theatre in Prague, Wolf Trap in Virginia, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Utah Symphony and Opera, and at several music festivals.

Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts

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Since then, Seegmiller has performed around the United States and Europe in concerts, operas and musical theatre, at venues such as the Estates Theatre in Prague, Wolf Trap in Virginia, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Utah Symphony and Opera, and at several music festivals.

Brooklyn Academy of Music

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Since then, Seegmiller has performed around the United States and Europe in concerts, operas and musical theatre, at venues such as the Estates Theatre in Prague, Wolf Trap in Virginia, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Utah Symphony and Opera, and at several music festivals.

Utah Symphony

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Since then, Seegmiller has performed around the United States and Europe in concerts, operas and musical theatre, at venues such as the Estates Theatre in Prague, Wolf Trap in Virginia, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Utah Symphony and Opera, and at several music festivals.

Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording

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She was nominated for the 2010 Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording for her role in the recording of Volpone with the Wolftrap Opera Company.

Manhattan

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Seegmiller was born Lisa Hopkins in Simi Valley, California, and grew up all over the United States and Canada, from Los Angeles to Manhattan, North Dakota, Iowa, Missouri and Utah.

Juilliard School

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Her mother is a Juilliard-trained pianist with whom she continues to collaborate.

Waterford School

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She attended the Waterford School in Sandy, Utah and began to study voice at age 16.

Sandy, Utah

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She attended the Waterford School in Sandy, Utah and began to study voice at age 16.

Grado, Friuli-Venezia Giulia

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After her freshman year at Yale, she studied at the Scuola Insieme in Grado, Italy.

The Threepenny Opera

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The following summer she played the role of Polly Peachum in The Threepenny Opera at the Chautauqua Institution Music Festival.

Chautauqua Institution

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The following summer she played the role of Polly Peachum in The Threepenny Opera at the Chautauqua Institution Music Festival.

George Frideric Handel

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Upon her return to Yale her sophomore year, she founded the Yale College Opera Company, playing Cleopatra in Handel's Giulio Cesare and performing Poulenc's one-woman opera, La Voix Humaine for her senior project.