Jonathan Hays teams up with actor/director Copeland Woodruff and composer/pianist Jeremy Gill for a staged production of Jeremy’s Helian (2009) and Beethoven’s An die ferne Geliebte. This is an hour-long dramatic action is performed without intermission, and is the same production the trio presented at National Sawdust in August and December 2016.
Jonathan Hays gives a presentation to students and teachers at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Eastern Region Conference entitled Sport Psychology and Peak Performance: Putting an Edge on the Mental Game of Singing. The presentation will explore the topic of Sport Psychology, and will include techniques for getting into "the zone", deliberate practice, and understanding the ways singers and athletes cope with performance pressures.
Jonathan Hays presents Jeremy Gill's Helian and Beethoven's An die ferne Geliebte with stage direction by Copeland Woodruff. This production was premiered at National Sawdust in August and is being remounted by popular demand.
Jonathan Hays, operatic baritone and instructor of music & voice at Dickinson, will perform a recital of French, Italian, German and American songs with guest pianist Rachelle Jonck. The performance will be held Sunday, Oct. 9, at 4 p.m. in Rubendall Recital Hall, Weiss Center for the Arts.