WNO: Domingo-Cafritz Young Artists


April 12, 2018, 6:30 pm

Two artists will respond to works featured in Ten Americans: After Paul Klee. Washington National Opera’s Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program is a leading resident-training program for artists on the verge of international careers. Founded in 2002 by Plácido Domingo, the program offers exceptionally promising young singers and coach/accompanists two years of intensive training, study, and career guidance with a team of world-renowned master teachers and coaches which includes Diana Soviero, William Stone, Alan Held, Kathleen Kelly, John Churchwell, Nick Olcott, and Jay Lesenger, among others.