Now there’s no doubt that the Adirondacks are beautiful during our summer season months (June-August). But have you seen them covered in a blanket of snow? We’re definitely Dreaming of a White Christmas up here, and the only thing missing is hearing the voices of our lovely artists ringing through the woods (well, I’m also out of eggnog but that’s a different story). Speaking of the Holiday season, don’t forget to check out our SMC Store for gifts right here on our site! (https://seaglefestival.org/store/) You know you want to snuggle up next to the fire in a fleece blanket while daydreaming of what Santa might bring you this year. Stuff your stockings with SMC ticket gift certificates. Season tickets for 2017 will also be available very soon for belated gifts – January 1 to be exact. [Read more…] about ‘Tis the Season
One of our favorite parts (well, let’s be honest, we hate goodbyes, so our only favorite part) about our Emerging Artists spreading their wings and flying beyond The Hill, is that we get to see all of the wonderful places they land! Many of you probably already follow them on Social Media sites, or keep in touch with them via email, but we wanted to make sure no one missed out on what some of our alumni are up to this Holiday Season. As you may know, ’tis the busiest season for Händel’s Messiah among others. It also happens to be what most singers would consider the most lucrative season for singing jobs (yay! just in time for buying Holiday gifts — after all, your brother hasn’t stopped talking about needing an iPhone for years now), especially young singers that aren’t enjoying a fancy international career yet….. looking at you, Seth. With all of that being said, we’ve compiled a list of Who is Where and When for those alumni that we know of. Of course, it’s not even close to ALL of our alumni, but it’s difficult to keep Helicopter-Mom-Tabs on alumni from 101 years, okay?? So for those we’ve missed, please comment below so we can know what’s up! 🙂
Without the music of 32 young singers’ voices ringing on Charley Hill in the months during our offseason, we knew we had to come up with something to keep the racket level high and therefore the bears away. So while there currently isn’t music of Sondheim and Rossini echoing across campus, we figured some good ole’ fashioned construction would suffice!
As some of you may already know, we are very excited about our newest addition to housing here on the hill. I know what you’re thinking: “Oh, but I loved Chipmunk so much, it had such nice old and woodsy charm!” Chipmunk was the name of a beloved faculty cabin we recently had to say goodbye to because it…well… had some structural issues to say the least. But it served us many great years and fantastic memories. And yes, we are all sad to say goodbye to Chipmunk as well. [Read more…] about Welcome