Zen and the Art of Coming Out In Song
Join us for a special evening of music and conversation featuring Florida Grand Opera's baritone standout Michael Miller. He'll take us on a musical journey celebrating self acceptance that includes works by Bernstein, Gershwin, Sondheim, and others.
The event includes excerpts from a performance pre-recorded LIVE at The Betsy. The Q/A will be conducted in real time with a special appearance by both Baritone Michael Miller, and Mitch Roe, Director of Artistic Administration at the Florida Grand Opera.
ABOUT MICHAEL MILLER, BARITONE
Hailed by the New York Times as "spellbinding", baritone Michael Miller (michaelmillerbaritone.com) is a young and exciting talent in classical music who has sung regionally with young artist programs such as The Glimmerglass Festival and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. Michael joined Florida Grand Opera as a Studio Artist in their 2017-18 season. Miller holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Michigan and is from Meadville, Pennsylvania. He made his Florida Grand Opera debut during the 2019-2020 season as Masetto in Don Giovanni and The Official Registrar/Prince Yamadori in Madama Butterfly. While earning his Master of Music from Boston Conservatory, Michael appeared in the title role of Eugene Onegin, Joseph DeRocher (Dead Man Walking), and Herr Fluth (Die Lustigen Weiber von Windsor).