Austin Opera’s Live from Indy Terrace broadcast continues this Friday, June 12 from 3:00-3:30 p.m. Make plans to join us and let’s watch together: live streams will be launched from our Facebook channel, on our YouTube page, and on our Vimeo channel. 

If you are not available for the live broadcast, no worries! After its initial airing, each complete recital can be accessed on-demand on our Inside Indy Terrace webpage. Click the BUY TICKETS button below to be redirected to more information on the series – don’t worry, this concert is free!

Details on this week’s program:
Episode 11: From our home at Indy Terrace, mezzo-soprano and celebrated recitalist Jamie Van Eyck presents a lovely afternoon concert featuring gems from Obradors, Mahler, and more. She is joined by Nyle Matsuoka on the piano.

More on our Special Guest Artist:
Hailed by Opera News for performances that are “luminescent and touching,” mezzo-soprano Jamie Van Eyck appeals to audiences and critics alike as a compelling artist in opera and concert. Recent career highlights include a New York City solo recital at the Opera America Center, a recital at the American Cathedral in Paris, and recordings for Albany Records, Centaur Records, and Bridge Records. Jamie can be heard as alto soloist on the American Symphony Orchestra’s recording of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, and she sings a leading role on the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s DVD release of Elliott Carter’s opera What Next. She has been a featured soloist with the Tanglewood Music Festival, Ojai Festival, Bard Music Festival, Five Boroughs Music Festival, and Princeton Music Festival. She has sung two world premiere performances at Carnegie Hall, including the premiere of a song cycle written for her by Ned Rorem. She has also sung world premiere performances and recorded vocal works by George Crumb. Jamie has been a soloist with many of the nation’s top orchestras including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, Utah Symphony, Lexington Philharmonic, Colorado Symphony, Austin Symphony, and Pacific Symphony. She has sung leading roles with the opera companies of Boston, Arizona, Austin, Utah, Madison, Wolf Trap, and Saint Louis, among others. Jamie made her Broadway debut in Jerome Kern’s Music in the Air with the Encores! series at New York City Center, and she has been a soloist in several pops concerts conducted by Keith Lockhart and Marvin Hamlisch. Jamie has been a guest artist at noteworthy international music festivals including Toronto’s Luminato Festival, Moscow’s Golden Mask Festival, and the Grahamstown and FynArts Festivals in South Africa. In tandem with her performing career, Jamie is passionate about teaching voice. She is an Associate Professor of Voice and Vocal Studies Division Director at Baylor University. Find out more about Jamie on her website,

Friday, June 12th @ 3:00 PM

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