Nathaniel Davis hails from Crawfordsville, Indiana and currently attends Indiana University where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Tuba Performance and a Bachelor of Science in Recording Arts along with a Certificate in Arts Administration. After graduation, he hopes to record and produce classical music while participating in an exciting and vibrant musical organization. Outside of his studies and musical endeavors, he enjoys reading, DIY audio electronics, and playing Ultimate Frisbee.
Colorado Mountain College
107 Denison Placer Rd., Breckenridge, CO 80424
Questions? please call the NRO office M-F 9am to 5pm 970-453-5825
Tickets No Longer Available
$20.00 Adults $16.00 Senior (65+) & Met Member $10.00 Student
Bel canto superstars Joyce DiDonato and Juan Diego Flórez join forces for this Rossini showcase of vocal virtuosity, set in the medieval Scottish highlands and based on a beloved novel by Sir Walter Scott. DiDonato is the “lady of the lake” of the title, and Flórez is the king who relentlessly pursues her, their vocal fireworks embellishing the romantic plot in this Met premiere production conducted by Michele Mariotti.
Light snacks provided at intermission (donation requested). You are welcome to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages.
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Brad Courage comes to the National Repertory Orchestra from previous positions at the Castleton Festival, where he was Orchestra Manager, and the Grand Teton Music Festival, where he was Stage Manager.
A New Jersey native, Mr. Courage attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, where he earned degrees in trombone performance and anthropology.
Apart from his activities with orchestral management, Mr. Courage is a member of the Pittsburgh Opera Orchestra, acting principal of the Pittsburgh Ballet Orchestra, and principal of the Wheeling (WV) Symphony. As a freelance trombonist he can also frequently be heard with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Virginia Symphony, and San Antonio Symphony.
Marit Evans is a graduate student in the Masters of Science in Arts Administration program at Florida State University. She believes arts and culture have a positive impact not only on our economy, but our health and well-being, education, and society. Her goal is to one day become an innovative leader in arts and culture. When Marit’s not hitting the books, she enjoys crossfit, painting, and walking her dog Gatsby.
Ben Paul is a recent graduate in French Studies from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He studied abroad in France in 2014, and is planning on returning in 2015 to teach English through the country’s TAPIF program. Ben is an amateur pianist, and fell in love with classical music to the recordings of Claude Debussy and Jean Sibelius. He is also interested in graphic design and marketing, and would like to do work promoting the music that he loves to new audiences. Outside of his musical endeavors, Ben enjoys hiking, reading, and playing tennis.