The Core Group (Sept. 2012)

The core group of THIS SPACIOUS VISION includes four singers and two pianists. As projects develop, other artists may be added to this group. In addition to the core group, other people will join us for individual concerts as time goes by.

Here we are, along with some links to more information about us!

TONY CHO (piano). Concerts in notable venues around the United States and beyond. Assistant conductor and coach/pianist at Aspen Opera Theatre Center, Central City Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Hawaii Opera Theatre, Juilliard Opera Center, Virginia Opera, Sarasota Opera, and others. Faculty, Chapman University.

Click here for Tony Cho’s Artist Biography.  View a video of Tony playing
Robert Muczynski’s “Time Pieces” op. 43.


PAMELA DELLAL (mezzo-soprano). Acclaimed soloist with Emmanuel Music, Handel and Haydn Society, Musicians of Old Post Road, American Bach Society, Sequentia, others. Extensive discography.  Faculty, Brandeis University.

Click here to visit Pamela Dellal’s website. Hear audio recordings of Pamela
(works by Bach, Handel, Monteverdi, and others).


BARBARA KILDUFF (soprano). Acclaimed soprano with appearances at Metropolitan Opera, La Scale, Bavarian State Opera, Vienna State Opera. Soloist with many orchestras. Active recitalist.

Click here to visit Barbara Kilduff’s website. Here, Barbara performs the “Mad Scene” from Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor.


BRIAN MOLL (piano). Pianist in recitals in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France, Japan, and the United States. Assistant Conductor for Boston Lyric Opera and Opera North. Chair of Vocal and Keyboard Studies, Longy School of Music of Bard College.

Click here for Brian Moll’s Artist Biography. Here, Brian accompanies Barbara Kilduff in Hundley’s “Will there really be a morning?”


JOHN SEESHOLTZ (baritone). Emerging artist in opera and oratorio. Prize winner, National Association of Teachers of Singing Young Artist Award; finalist, San Francisco Opera Merola program. Premieres of new work at 2011 SongFest in Los Angeles. M.M. from University of Michigan, D.M.A. University of North Texas. Faculty, Colorado State University at Fort Collins.

Click here for more information about John.

Click here to see and hear John perform Carlisle Floyd’s “For I am Persuaded” (Pilgramage, No. 5)


GERALD SEMINATORE (tenor). Critically acclaimed soloist in opera and concert throughout the United States and in Europe, including Dortmund, Frankfurt, Kaiserslautern, and Bremen (Germany), as well Santa Fe, Glimmerglass, West Bay, and other theaters. Many song recitals with emphasis on the German Lied and works of Benjamin Britten and his contemporaries. Faculty, Pepperdine University.

Click here to visit Gerald Seminatore’s website.
See Gerald perform “Der Lindenbaum” from Schubert’s Winterreise with Michael Schütze, or hear him perform John Kander’s “Letter from Sullivan Ballou” with Mark Salters.

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