“Young soprano Elizabeth Gentner…has a supple, full-bodied voice perhaps better suited for a larger venue, but displayed a confidence and command of comedy unusual in a performer at such an early stage in her career.” ~Kathleen Whalen, Daily Republic Correspondent
As many of you already know, I am heading to Europe in May to audition for agents and companies. Not only will I be auditioning as much as possible, but I will also collect all of the lessons-learned and create an e-book to help other singers navigate to success in European opera. I have created a “Kickstarter” campaign to help finance this endeavor!
Click the picture to check out the video and share the campaign with other music lovers who might enjoy hearing about my upcoming journey. Last, but definitely not least, please consider contributing to my kickstarter campaign.
Thank you all so much for your support!
With love and gratitude,
Elizabeth F. Gentner
“Especially notable was soprano Elizabeth Gentner of Sausalito, cast as Alice Ford. She is fresh-voiced, youthful and nimble throughout her register.” ~Richard Bammer of The Reporter, Vacaville, CA
Well, here we go. I’ve got 90 days left to get everything ready. I’ve got a flight and really not much else.
Today, I got a major chunk of the “day job” completed. Those chunks aren’t exactly the glorious part of all of this, however, it certainly helps with financing.
I created a countdown clock it should be on the website soon!
Just so that I can see the seconds ticking away…
I think it is going to help me avoid the pesky pitfall of procrastination.
I also drafted several letters (in German) to send off to various agents in Germany. That’s the exciting part! Sending those letters off starts to help solidify the concrete details of this trip! How many auditions can I fit into 103 days? How many agents? How many cities? How many countries?
I’m about to find out.