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Nicole Warner, mezzo-soprano

 Hi, I'm Nicole Warner, a professional, classical mezzo-soprano.

I sing everything from Johann Sebastian Bach's Christmas Oratorio to Handel's Messiah to brand new works from living composers. I've sung solo on 3 continents...so far.

Here you will find:

+ concert announcements

+ my weekly blog Open Intervals

+ pictures of concert tours and a few epic throwbacks

+ audio and video in the Media Room and

+ my monthly eNewsletter Nicole's Notes

Music is meant to be a part of our everyday lives--it marks the transitions, the special occasions, brings meaning to our gatherings, entertains and comforts us. It's an honor to share these experiences with you!

 

 

 

Nicole's Upcoming Performances

Handel's Messiah December 2, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

 

Victoria Cannizzo, soprano

Nicole Warner, alto

Joshua Bouillon, tenor

Benjamin LeClair, bass

Delta David Gier, conductor

South Dakota Symphony Chorus

South Dakota Symphony Orchestra

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First Lutheran Church327 S Dakota AveSioux Falls, SD 57104 

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Read the Latest Blog Posts:

21 Sep 2017 18:17

Greetings, fair blog readers!

It's been a long time since I blogged, so here are 5 interesting things that have happened since then:

1. Connor and I moved to a fabulous new apartment and he has Kitty TV (birds and squirrels and such in trees) to watch from every room.

2. I've now finished the 6th and final book of my German teaching certification program. *YAY!* I'm almost done.

3. For 5 days in July I actually stopped working and took a few [ ... ]

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16 May 2017 20:06

If you haven't seen the calendar yet, you should pop over and check it out. This December I'll be rejoining the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra for Handel's Messiah on December 2nd.

The performance will take place at 7:00 p.m. and there is only one performance! So be sure to get your tickets now and book your hotel. It'll be a warm night of music in a cold month of the year.

 

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23 Mar 2017 14:00
What's it like to be a singer for the German National Anthem?

When the lady sang another country's national anthem at the olympics and just sang "la la la," I thought that was really silly. A national anthem represents a country, just as the sports teams who are playing the game represent the country. And for an official meeting between countries that calls for music, it can set people at ease and give them a topic of conversation. Music bridges a lot between nations.

A couple of years ago I was asked to sing [ ... ]

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