The Atlanta Opera Announces Glynn Studio Artists for 2022-23 Season

By David Salazar

The Atlanta Opera has announced the Glynn Studio Artists for 2022-23.

This year’s artists include stage director Bruno Baker, soprano Alexis Seminario, bass Edwin Jhamal Davis, mezzo Gretchen Krupp, and tenor Kameron Lopreore; Baker and Krupp are returning artists while Davis, Lopreore, and Seminario will be making their debuts. These artists will have an opportunity to work with established artists and also participate in The Atlanta Opera’s productions as covers and performers.

“We’re excited to welcome this remarkable group of up-and-coming artists to Atlanta,” said Tomer Zvulun, the Carl W. Knobloch Jr. General & Artistic Director, in an official press statement. “The Studio program, which we first launched in 2016, has become a major focus for our company, and we are very proud of the talent and relationships that it has nurtured. As I reflect on my ten years with The Atlanta Opera, the development of this program is one of the achievements I’m most proud of.”

Baker has worked as assistant director with The Atlanta Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, and Madison Opera. He also directed a revival of “Fellow Travelers” at Opera Columbus. Meanwhile, Seminario has performed with Des Moines Metro Opera and Richmond Symphony Orchestra, among others. Davis has appeared with On Site Opera, Florentine Opera, and Detroit Opera. Krupp will be covering “Bluebeard’s Castle” this season at The Atlanta Opera and will take on roles in “Madama Butterfly,” “Candide,” and “Das Rheingold.” She will also perform in “Our Sacred World.” Finally, Lopreore will be featured in AMC’s “Interview with the Vampire” and has appeared at the Glimmerglass Festival.