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Episode 3: Simon Dyer and Vincent Turregano
Boston Lyric Opera Jane and Steven Akin Emerging Artist Alumni Simon Dyer and Vincent Turregano reflect on their time with the company and working together for the first time during BLO's 2019 production of Fellow Travelers. From discussions of Fellow Travelers's difficult, yet melodic score to representation in opera for the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities, these conversations continue to make ripples throughout the industry and the nation.
This episode features musical excerpts from Boston Lyric Opera's 2019 production of Fellow Travelers.
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