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Fine Artists @ 5: Patrice Pastore

Contributed by Christin Schillinger on 07/07/20 

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 The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20minutes, learn what our community brings to the Arts, and the invariable ways Art invigorates our lives. This week features Patrice Pastore!

 

 

 

The Zoom link to attend any of these events is available by emailing cschillinger@ithaca.edu

 

Patrice Pastore is a Professor of Voice at Ithaca College and a Visiting Professor of Voice at Cornell University. She specializes in contemporary music performance and has worked with composers like Libby Larsen, Chen Yi, Lukas Foss, and George Crumb, to name a few. She has been an active vocal improviser for the last 20 years. During her teaching career Patrice has taught studio voice, foreign language diction, vocal pedagogy, French art song , and vocal improvisation.  Besides her positions at Ithaca College and Cornell University she has been a faculty member at New England Conservatory, Rising Star Singers Institute, the Grandin Festival at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, and OperaWorks. Ms. Pastore believes that vocal improvisation is a gateway to vocal freedom, vocal health, creativity, and lots of laughter.  In her spare time, Patrice enjoys reading mystery novels, swimming, and writing poetry.

 

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