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News Gazette: John Frayne: Solid Reviews for 'The Rape of Lucretia'
march 10th, 2019
Sweeping Emotive Power: Lucretia in Britten's Rape of Lucretia
"The major action of the opera, the assault, both emotional and violent, of Tarquinius upon the virtuous Lucretia generated sweeping emotive power in the dedicated singing of Lituma and Cuva. The end of this work gave ample opportunity for Lituma, in a scene in which Lucretia prepares for suicide, and her husband, Collatinus, sung by Salazar, to express feelings evoking pity for the tragic loss."
PAN PIPES Fall 2017: Vol 110 No. 1 "The Awards Edition"
THEREZA NAMED WINNER OF 2017 SAI SUMMER MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP
Thereza Lituma, of the Sigma Delta Chapter, has been named the winner of the Sigma Alpha Iota Summer Music Scholarship to support her operatic studies abroad for her time in the Scuola Italia Opera Program for Young Opera Singers where she performed scenes as Cornelia/Giulio Cesare, Quickly/Falstaff, Zita/Gianni Schicchi and Alisa/Lucia di Lammermoor.