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Rodgers and Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA! August 1, 3, 4, 5, 2018 - 7:00 pm CRS Barn Studio, Ithaca, NY


Aunt Eller - Carol McAmis
Curly McLain – Steven Stull
Laurey Williams – Lynn Craver
Will Parker – Benno Ressa
Jud Fry – David Neal
Ado Annie Carnes – Natasha Bratkovski
Andrew Carnes – Phil Eisenman
Ali Hakim, a peddler – Hector Smith
Gertie Cummings – Kimmi Neuschulz
Cord Elam – Dakarai Brown
Ike Skidmore - Nathan Murphy
Dream Laurey - Emma Taylor
Dream Curly – Stephen Nunley
Saloon Dancers - Kimmi Neuschulz, Jackie Scheiner

Curly cover - Nathan Murphy
Laurey cover - Lauren Mossotti-Kline
Aunt Eller cover - Lisa Frank
Ado Annie cover - Stella Pruitt

Patricia Baxter                         Clay Birkett
Jennifer DeLapp-Birkett          Nathan Birkett
Jane Dieckmann                      Jim Hedlund
Lisa Frank                               Fred Lutz
Blythe Hodgson                      Jack Muckstadt
Lauren Mossotti-Kline           Nathan Murphy
Jan Morgan                             Adam Perl
Cassi Norgaisse                      Sue Roenke
Stella Pruitt                              Betsy Schermerhorn
Gayle Ross                              Sara Schaffzin
Josh Solberg                            Melissa Snyder

Scott Stull                                Emma Stull                             
Emma Taylor                           Jaime Warburton
Janine Willis


Accompanied by

Richard Montgomery - Music Director

with Bill Cowdery - Chorus Master


Natasha Bratkovski (Ado Annie) is an active performer of classical and musical theater works in the central New York area, where she was most recently seen as Ella in the FitzandStartz production of Emmett & Ella: The Puppy Plot. Natasha was also engaged with FitzandStartz as Elvira in The Mystery of the Magic Flute this past fall, introducing the music of Mozart to young audiences. Other recent roles include the soprano soloist in Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, George W. Bush and Fidel Castro in Opera Ithaca's production of Bully Pulpit, Mack/Mabel in Precious Nonsense at the Auburn Public Theater, and Servilia in Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito at Ithaca College, where Natasha recently received her Masters in Music. Operatic ensemble credits with Opera Ithaca include Pagliacci, Pirates of Penzance and Tosca (a joint effort with the Metropolis Opera Project in NYC). In addition to singing, Natasha enjoys hiking and building websites for performers.

Bill Cowdery (Chorus Master)works on the staff of Cornell's music library, and also as musical director of the First Congregational Church of Ithaca. He has taught at Cornell, Colgate, and Ithaca College. He has authored articles in the New Harvard Dictionary of Music, co-edited The Compleat Mozart with Neal Zaslaw, and published a string quartet setting of Bach's Goldberg Variations.

Lynn Craver (Laurey) is a versatile coloratura soprano and actress.  She has performed roles including Belinda in Dido and Aeneas, Blonde in Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Marion in The Music Man, Hélène in Une éducation manquée , Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, Madame Hertz in Der Schauspieldirektor, Erste Dame in Die Zauberflote, Ermia in Il Sogno, The Dew Fairy in Hänsel und Gretel,  and Cunegonde in Candide among others. An active member of the Ithaca arts community, Lynn is the co-founder and Artistic Director of Opera Ithaca, served as Development Assistant for the Kitchen Theatre, was Production Coordinator for the former Ithaca Opera, and has performed with community arts organizations including the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, Triphammer Arts Inc., Cornell Savoyards, Kitchen Theatre Company, and Women’s Works as well as appearing in recital at various local venues.  Also dedicated to the art of teaching, Lynn instructs voice at the Performing Arts Department, SUNY Cortland, is the Director of the Apprentice Artist program at Opera Ithaca, and teaches a private voice studio in Ithaca, NY.  Lynn earned her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Vocal Performance from Ithaca College.

Jeanne Goddard (choreographer, associate director) has trained and performed with Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane, June Finch/Danceworks, Saga Ambegaokar/Saga Dance Company, Beverly Brown, Susannah Newman, Lois Welk, and Jill Becker and Dancers.  Her work has been commissioned by ballet, modern dance, and opera companies, public television and the Western New York Institute for the Arts in Education. She has also created movement for opera and musical theatre for over twenty years, working at the Eastman School of Music, the Syracuse Opera, Western New York Opera Theatre (Buffalo), Tri-cities Opera (Binghamton), and Ithaca Opera. Jeanne holds an M.A. in dance from SUNY Brockport and a Certificate in Movement Analysis from the Laban-Bartenieff Institute in New York City. She has taught movement workshops for singers at Glimmerglass Opera and SUNY College at Fredonia, and Laban Movement Analysis workshops at SUNY Brockport, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and at several American College Dance Festivals. Jeanne was a founding member of FLOORPLAY Contemporary Dance Theatre in Buffalo, New York, and Firehouse Dance Company, an improvisational cooperative, in Ithaca, NY.  With partner Steven Stull, she directs the CRS Barn Studio, teaching and co-producing multidisciplinary performance events.  From 1987-2016 she chaired the dance program at Wells College, teaching technique, improvisation, composition, dance history and women’s studies courses.  

Carol McAmis is a long-time member of the Ithaca College voice faculty. She has appeared locally in leading roles in Ithaca Opera productions, including Madama Butterfly, Mozart's The Abduction from the Seraglio, Die Fledermaus. She has been featured as a soloist with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra and played the role of the Mother Abbess in the Hangar Theater's production of The Sound of Music.

Richard Montgomery (music director) received his Bachelor of Music in piano and conducting from University of North Carolina-Greensboro and Masters of Music in Vocal Coaching and Accompanying from the University of Illinois where he studied with renowned accompanist John Wustman.  He has performed as accompanist, conductor, music director and stage director in opera and musical theater throughout the United States and locally with Opera Ithaca, Kitchen Theater, Cornell Theater and the Hangar Theater. A regular performer at the CRS Barn Studio, he was the music director for Camelot, The Magic Flute, Pirates of Penzance, Hansel and Gretel, Telemann's Don Quixote at the Marriage of Comacho, and HMS Pinafore.

Ithaca native David Neal (Jud Fry) is familiar to Central New York audiences from performances with Symphoria, Symphony Syracuse, the Society for New Music, the Kitchen Theatre, Opera Ithaca, Ithaca Community Choruses, and CRS Barn Studios / Triphammer Arts. He has appeared internationally with the Center for Contemporary Opera in productions of William Mayer’s A Death in the Family and the world premiere of Michael Dellaira’s The Secret Agent, with performances in Hungary and France. He made his debut at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall this past April in the world premiere of Robert Paterson’s Night Songs. He is a member of Paterson’s American Modern Ensemble, and has appeared with AME at The TimesCenter, the DiMenna Center, and Bargemusic.  A graduate of Cornell University and the Peabody Conservatory, David has appeared with such companies as Syracuse Opera, Tri-Cities Opera, the Opera Company of Philadelphia, Baltimore Opera, Central City Opera, the Folger Theatre, Lyric Opera Cleveland, and in concert at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall. His recorded performances may be heard on the Albany and AMR labels. Recent and upcoming engagements include the Narrator in Hugh McElyea’s Tenebrae: The Passion of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, bass soloist in Handel’s Messiah with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra in December, and the world premiere production of Mark Taggart’s opera Swan’s Inlet in North Carolina in the fall of 2019. More information is available at
David is on the voice faculty at SUNY Cortland, and is the founding Artistic Director of The Arts at Grace, a community-supported concert series in Cortland. He lives in Groton, New York with his wife, Gailanne Mackenzie.

Kimmi Neuschulz (Gertie Cummings/Assistant Choreographer) is a New Jersey native who has made her way up to Ithaca for her studies. She is a rising junior at Ithaca College’s Department of Theatre Arts, studying Musical Theatre. Some of her most recent productions at IC include Boy as Trudy, The Cradle Will Rock as the Female Cover, and Heathers: The Musical as Veronica Sawyer. She was also recently apart of the One Minute Play Fest at the Kitchen Theatre earlier this summer. She studies voice under Dr. Brad Hougham, who is a big influence in her life. She is very excited to make her debut at the CRS Barn Studio, and has loved working on this production. When Kimmi is not on stage, you can find her either studying (watching Netflix) in her room, or answering phones at Taste of Thai Express. She’d like to thank God, her loving parents, and her two birds, Piper and Peaches, for supporting her and helping her make it this far.

Rosalina (Roz) Maassen (Sound Engineer) - Roz is a longtime soundperson and recent graduate of the Wells College Theatre and Dance Department. They have designed sound for shows such as Wells College's production of Neil Simon's Rumors and Auburn Players' production of Of Mice and Men. Roz would like to thank everyone in the show for making it such a wonderful experience, and Ally, Kyle, Andrea, and Eric for always being supportive.

Nathan McNeill Murphy is a graduate of Ithaca College 2012, and McGill University 2016. He has performed roles recently with Metropolis Opera Project, Ithaca Opera, Geneva Opera, Ithaca New Music Collective and The Bronx Opera. Working with the cast and crew at the CRS Barn Studio has been a rich experience, and a fun foray into the world of musical theater. Local teachers David Parks & Marc Webster, Katie Spallone and the AWI community, continuing teacher and mentor Stefano Algieri, and ever encouraging parents are owed debts of heartfelt gratitude. Continuing to sing the great works of art in a way that is healthy for heart and voice is the lifelong passion.

Stephen Nunley (Dream Curly) - Many years ago Stephen sidestepped a career as a junior high math teacher to become a modern dancer. Over the years he has danced for a variety of companies and choreographers around the world and, most notably, was a member of Rachel Lampert & Dancers during the 80's and early 90's, and Jane Comfort & Company from 1995 thru 2004. He arrived in Ithaca in 2004 and currently is the Managing Director of the Kitchen Theatre Company. Although his primary responsibility is to maintain and improve the Kitchen’s fiscal stability, he is occasionally coaxed out of the office to step back on stage.

Benno Ressa (Will Parker) A Chapman University Bachelor's of Music graduate hailing from Los Angeles who has performed classical vocal works throughout LA. For the past two years Benno has enjoyed performing in Fitz&Startz productions including Adventure in Apt. G#, The Mystery of the Magic Flute, and Emmett & Ella's Big Apple Escapade. As an apprentice artist with Opera Ithaca last season, Benno had the privilege of performing Samuel in Pirates of Penzance, Bully in Bully Pulpit, the Sacristan in Tosca, and Dancaire in Carmen. Other credits include Pete in Precious Nonsense at the Auburn Public Theater. He is thrilled to be playing Will Parker in his Triphammer Arts debut! When Benno is offstage you can find him serving beverages and treats in the Kitchen Theatre Lobby

Hector Gonzalez Smith (Ali Hakim) is excited to be playing Ali Hakim for the first time. You may remember Hector from his recent performances with Ithaca College Opera as the Goddess Juno in Handel’s Semele, or with Opera Ithaca as a featured soloist. Hector starred as Jesus in the Walking on Water production of “Godspell” just this last fall. Hector has performed in the ABET productions of "Blood Brothers", "Songs for a New World" and as Papa Ge in "Once on this Island". Hector is a graduate of both Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and Stetson University. Since graduation, the young singer has worked with both the Central Florida Lyric Opera and First Coast Opera as a featured soloist. Previous performances with FCO include “Cabaret Español”, “Cabaret Americana”, “Voices of Love”, “Grandi Voci”, and “Viva Espana”. Mr. Smith’s wide ranging talents have been heard in such shows as “Rags”, “Sideshow”, “Italian Girl in Algiers”, “The Magic Flute”, “H.M.S. Pinafore”, “Pirates of Penzance”, “The Drowsy Chaperone”, "Jesus Christ Superstar" and “Chicago”. Mr. Smith has also been a featured soloist at several churches including the Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville, St. Cyprians Episcopal Church, Riverside United Church of Christ, Community Presbyterian Church, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and at Church of The Good Shepherd as a member of the Good Shepherd Chamber Music Society, and most recently as a chorister and cantor for the Church of Saints Peter and John. Mr. Smith was recently featured as a soloist in the Cirque du Soleil production of La Nouba in Orlando, Florida.

Steven Stull (Curly, director) has lived and performed in Ithaca since 1986 and appears regularly in the area with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, the Society for New Music, Arts at Grace and Triphammer Arts. He has appeared as soloist in over fifty performances with Syracuse Symphony, Symphony Syracuse and Symphoria. A frequent performer with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, he has been a soloist in nearly eighty performances and can be heard in their recordings Home for the Holidays and Tales from the West Virginia Hills. His other recordings include Christmas from the Heart of New YorkThe Pulse of an IrishmanOpera Cowpokes and Boyz in the Wood with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music and Oberlin College Conservatory, Steven has appeared with Glimmerglass Opera, Syracuse Opera, Tri-Cities Opera, Artpark, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Kyrgyz State Opera, Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh, Oswego Opera, Anchorage Festival of Music, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera Ithaca, Erie Philharmonic, Erie Chamber Orchestra, Jacksonville Symphony, and Norwalk (CT) Symphony. Recent and upcoming performances include Bonhoeffer in Tenebrae, The Passion of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, narrating Copland’s A Lincoln Portrait with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in July, and a return to Rochester in October to perform Lorenzo Palomo’s setting of the Dr. Seuss story, The Sneetches with RPO. Steven is also a producer, director, composer, painter and photographer. In 1990 Steven co-founded the CRS Barn Studio with choreographer Jeanne Goddard. Together they present an eclectic series of music and dance performances on the CRS Growers organic vegetable farm overlooking Cayuga Lake in Ithaca, NY. His numerous recordings are available from

Jackie Scheiner (Dream Sequence Dancer/Stagehands) is a rising senior at Ithaca College's Whalen School of Music, studying Music and Theatre in Society. She took voice lessons with Caitlin Mathes and sings in the Ithaca College Women's Chorale under the direction of Janet Galván. Jackie loves to perform onstage, but recently has found a fondness for working behind-the-scenes. This year, Jackie has performed in Macabre Theatre Ensemble's production of Edward Albee's "The American Dream"; IC Second Stage's production of "The Vagina Monologues"; Ithaca Savoyard's production of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood"; Macabre Theatre Ensemble's "Rocky Horror Picture Show"; Theatrists Theatrics' "South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut"; as well as many other Macabre Theatre Ensemble and IC Second Stage productions. She made her directorial debut this semester with Macabre Theatre Ensemble's "Body Horror Cabaret" and "Songs From an Unmade Bed." Jackie also recently just finished ASMing for Ithaca Shakespeare Company's productions of As You Like It and Taming of the Shrew. She would like to thank Jeannie and Steve for this great opportunity and their incredible work!



Patricia Baxter is a retired psychiatric social worker reinventing herself as a musician. She has lived in Ithaca 29 years. As a soprano, she sings with her church choir. She has also sung with Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers as well as VOICES, Ithaca Community Chorus, Mostly Motown,
Trumansburg Community Chorus. Patricia has served as producer for several musical benefits for Feed My Starving Children and most recently served as Production Manager for Tenebrae: The Passion of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This is Patricia’s third foray into musical theatre having performed in The Encore Player’s Production of “Lucky Stiff” as well as last year’s Triphammer Art’s Production of “Camelot.” Oh what a beautiful life.

Jennifer DeLapp-Birkett is an Ithaca-based musicologist who first ventured into theater with the Savoyards Musical Theatre (chorus of Princess Ida and Candide). She is active in church music, volunteers with the Ithaca City School District’s Fine Arts Boosters, and participates in various community ensembles including Women’s Works, the Advanced Recorder Ensemble at the Community School of Music and the Arts, the Ithaca Community Chorus, Voices, occasional Irish and contra-dance music, and church music. She is thrilled to be part of her first Triphammer Arts production.

Nathan Birkett is a seventh-grader at DeWitt Middle School, where he plays in the school band and builds robots with the Technology Student Association. He has been part of two productions with the DeWitt Drama Club and had a main role in a church production of Kingdom Quest.

Clay Birkett moved to Ithaca in 2011 to work at Cornell with US Department of Agriculture. He has enjoyed singing in VOICES chorus and Ithaca Community Chorus. He and his family sang in the 2015 production of Princess Ida with Ithaca Savoyards. They also enjoy square dancing, contra dancing, and Irish set dancing.

Jane Dieckmann has lived in Ithaca since 1966.  She is the author of
several books and has written for local publications on subjects
ranging from food and local history to literature and classical music.
She plays the piano and has sung in choruses for most of her life.
This is her first adventure with the American musical, and she is
grateful to be part of this show.

Lisa Banlaki Frank (Aunt Eller cover) has performed at many area theatres, including with the Savoyards, Merry-Go-Round Theatre, Cortland Rep, Cornell, and the Ithaca Shakespeare Co. Some of her favorite roles include Old Lady in “Candide”, Katisha in “The Mikado,” Guildenstern in “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern,” and the Judge in “Trial by Jury” (Savoyards), Sheila in “A Chorus Line (Syracuse),” Casca in the all-female version of “Julius Caesar” (Ithaca Shakespeare Co.), and, on election night 2012, “1776” as Abigail Adams (Savage Club). Lisa sings with the Cayuga Vocal Ensemble and The Tarps. By day she is Assistant Art Director for Cornell Alumni Magazine.

Jim Hedlund is an Ithaca native who returned in 1998 after 35 years elsewhere. He sings in various groups, enjoying everything from Renaissance polyphony to Arvo Pärt. He’s sung chorus in Gilbert & Sullivan shows and Broadway musicals with the Savoyards and CRS Barn. In his day job he consults on behavioral traffic safety issues, most recently on drugged driving and autonomous vehicles.

Lauren Mossotti-Kline – Thrilled to be joining Triphammer Arts Inc. for this production, Lauren has enjoyed various musical theatre performances over the years. Originally from the Syracuse area, some of her performances featured her playing the parts of Maria (West Side Story), Magnolia (Showboat), Susan (Big) and Dorothy (Wizard of Oz). She enjoys singing with the choir of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Ithaca and sits on the advisory board for the Friends of Music at St. Luke. Her favorite role is that of wife and mother to her husband Matt and three children Rachel, Ryan and Reid.

Jan Morgan sings regularly with the Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers and Ithaca’s First Presbyterian Church choir. Retired from the Nursing faculty at TC3, she now volunteers great gobs of time and talent to supporting community in Varna. On November 10 you’ll find her at The Space @ Green Star hosting GeoWhiz– a quiz event where local teams will compete to answer questions about geography (More information about GeoWhiz at:

Jack Muckstadt is the Acheson-Laibe Professor of Engineering emeritus in Cornell University’s School of Operations Research and Information Engineering and a Stephen H Weiss Presidential Fellow.  He served as the School’s Director for nine years; he also established and was the first director of the Cornell Manufacturing Engineering and Productivity Program. He is the co - director of Cornell’s Institute for Disease and Disaster Preparedness. He has served as a member of a Board of Scientific Counselors to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. His teaching, research and consulting interests are in the areas of manufacturing systems and manufacturing logistics, supply chain systems, service parts management and, most recently, response logistics for mass casualty events and health system operations. He has authored two books and over 100 technical papers. He is a Fellow in two professional societies.Professor Muckstadt was an officer in the U.S. Air Force for 21 years primarily working in the logistics field. He has consulted with numerous public and governmental organizations and focused on supply chain design, analysis, and operations. Dr. Muckstadt holds a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Rochester and an M.A. in Mathematics, an M.S. in Industrial Administration and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Michigan.

Cassi Norgaisse is excited to rejoin Triphammer Arts for this production of one of her favorite childhood musicals. A member of the Ithaca Community Chorus and Chamber Singers, she has been featured as a soprano soloist in Allegri’s Miserere Mei and Arvo Pärt’s Magnificat. She has also sung in the ensembles of Opera Ithaca and Savoyards Ithaca, where she understudied the role of Paquette in Candide. Cassi also performs with the Vet Players where could be seen as Lucinda in Into the Wood and Grandma Rosie in The Wedding Singer. Other roles include the soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah and Bach’s Mass in B-Minor, Lulu in Cabaret, and Dionne in Hair.

Adam G. Perl has been a resident of Ithaca since 1957.  He earned a BA in music from Cornell University where he sang with the Cornell Glee Club.  He was a charter member of the Ithaca Community Chorus and accompanied them to Russia on their 1994 concert tour. Perl was a member of the Cayuga Vocal Ensemble from its inception in 1976 until 2016.  He is currently the Choral Director of the Savage Club of Ithaca. Perl has appeared twice in the Ithaca Opera Association’s production of “Of Thee I Sing,” performed the title role in Mark Simon’s “Mr. Natural” with the Ithaca Players and has performed with the Cornell Savoyards. He is thrilled to be in his third production at the CRS Barn. Recently retired from 4 decades as the owner of Pastimes Antiques, he is an avid constructor of crossword puzzles and has had thirty of his crosswords published in the NY Times. He is happily married to his wife of 40 years and the proud parent of three children and of triplet grandchildren!

Sue Roenke sings in Harmony Falls Chorus (women's barbershop as women's bass part) in Trumansburg and also sings men's tenor in the First Unitarian Society of Ithaca choir. She did Oklahoma as a cowboy singing men's tenor in high school, some thirty odd years ago. This is her first musical since then, doing the same part. 

Sara Schaffzin is a freelance writer/editor and retired Cornell writing instructor who has lived in Ithaca for 30+ years. Singing is her favorite kind of music-making, but she also plays the recorder, piano and harpsichord. Lately she has sung with the Cornell Chorale, the First Presbyterian Church of Ithaca choir, and the a cappella singers at the 2018 Amherst Early Music Festival.

Betsy Schermerhorn is enjoying her second performance experience with Triphammer Arts, after many years of friendship with Steve and Jeanne. Since arriving in Ithaca in the 70’s, she has been actively engaged in the local arts: performing, directing and stage managing. Affiliations include Ithaca Opera, Cornell Savoyards, Cornell Chorale, Ithaca Ballet, SUNY Cortland’s Choral Union, Ithaca Community Chorus and Chamber Singers, Opera Ithaca, Savoyards Theatre, Tully Arts Council, Ithaca Players. Thanks to the entire cast for another memorable collaboration.

Melissa Snyder has sung in Triphammer Arts’ productions of Camelot, HMS Pinafore, and Opera Cowpokes.  She has also performed with the Ithaca Shakespeare Company, the Black Box series at Cornell’s Theatre Department, Cornell Chorale and Chamber Singers, the Greater Buffalo Opera Company, several student films, Lake Plains Players, Savoyards Ithaca, The Three Ravens,  and Women's Works. When not onstage, she can often be found behind the scenes as a costumer, director, author/librettist, or musical arranger/composer. She can be seen next at Downtown Ithaca’s Wizarding Weekend.

Jaime Warburton is happy to be returning to the Triphammer Arts stage for the first time since The Magic Flute. As an alto or mezzo, Jaime has sung with the Sullivan (then D'Angelo) Conservatory at Mercyhurst University, where she trained, and with the Sarah Lawrence Chamber Choir, Bella Voce, and the Fingerlakes Women's Chorale; some of her favorite stage roles have been Jennifer in Babes in Arms, Queen Aggravain in Once Upon a Mattress, and Kleonike in Lysistrata. In her other life, Jaime is a Writing professor at Ithaca College and the faculty director of Ithaca Writers Institute and Ithaca College Writing Center. When not working on writing or with writers, she's taking class at the Ballet Center of Ithaca. Thanks to Jeanne and Steve for creating wonderful opportunities!

Janine Willis has appeared as a chorus member in the last four productions at CRS Barn Studio. She has been singing with Cayuga Vocal Ensemble since 2014, and also sings with the Ithaca Community Chorus and Chamber singers. Janine has appeared as a guest soloist for the Ithaca Community Chorus, the SUNY Broome chorus, and for Music’s Recreation. Janine currently studies voice with Ivy Walz. Janine holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from SUNY Oswego and a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration from the Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development at the University of Rochester. Janine currently works at Ithaca College during the fall and winter, and works for the Tompkins County Community Beautification Program during the spring and summer.



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