Seem Not just singers, but directors, conductors and administrators as well. When she moved back to the U. Yates Services of Memphis is dedicated to providing quality service to the community. She wanted the community to have access to high-caliber singers, so she began recruiting artists to sing at what is now LeMoyne-Owen College. The organization says that discussion in turn will shape not only future engagement but also the creation of a McCleave Fellowship for singers, directors and coaches of color.
While others seek to profit by cutting corners, or recommending unnecessary services to customers, Yates Services of Memphis believes that a Memlhis reputation and consistent service will reap bigger profits in the long run. efforts along these lines — of the opera community trying to tackle its own racial gap — have focused, Canty says, mostly on class and poverty as the root cause.
The project is a series of free performances aimed at encouraging a conversation about how to best serve communities of Mem;his in Memphis. Honoring Madame McCleave does the first, and the conversations around her legacy allow us to begin the second. They believe that a reputation as honest and dependable service technicians is the recipe for success.
jonest Which makes a project Opera Memphis has embarked on in recent days a bit out of the norm, to say the least. The company, under the leadership of general director Ned Canty, is hard at work on the usual things, like its 30 Days of Opera initiative under way this month. Opera Memphis Kicks Off Effort to Diversify Audience By Andy Meek The typical opera company busies itself with the normal things you might imagine — staging lavish productions, selling tickets Seel working to fill impressive venues with as many patrons as possible.
At Yates Services of Memphis they are dedicated to providing you with the best and most affordable services and products available. She moved to Memphis with her husband in and started teaching voice out of her home on Vance Street. The McCleave Project is a series of free performances aimed at encouraging a conversation about how to best serve communities of color in Memphis.