Bryn-Julson, Phyllis (Mae)
Bryn-Julson, Phyllis (Mae)
Bryn-Julson, Phyllis (Mae), esteemed American soprano; b. Bowdon, N.Dak., Feb. 5, 1945. She studied piano, organ, violin, and voice at Concordia Coll., Moorehead, Minn.; then spent several summers at the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood and completed her studies at Syracuse Univ. On Oct. 28, 1966, she made her formal debut as soloist in Berg’s Lulu Suite with the Boston Sym. Orch., and in 1976 made her operatic debut as Malinche in the U.S. premiere of Sessions’s Montezuma in Boston. She often appears in recital with her husband, the organist Donald Sutherland. In addition to teaching at Kirkland-Hamilton Coll. in Clinton, N.Y., and at the Univ. of Md., she conducted master classes on both sides of the Atlantic. She is particularly renowned as a concert singer, at ease with all periods and styles of music.
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