Dr. Everett McCorvey, University of Kentucky Opera Theatre
Dr. Everett McCorvey holds the rank of Professor of Voice and Director of Opera at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. Mr. McCorvey is a native of Mongomery, Alabama, and he received his degrees from the University of Alabama, including a Doctorate of Musical Arts. He has performed in many cities around the world and theatres across the country, including the Metropolitan Opera, the Kennedy Center, Aspen Music Festival, Teatro Comunale in Florence, Italy, and Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, England to name a few. Mr. McCorvey's operatic roles include Don Jose in "Carmen", Ferrando in "Cosi Fan Tutte", Don Ottavio in "Don Giovanni", Fenton in "Falstaff", Eisenstein in "Die Fledermaus", Puck in "La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein", and many others. As a recitalist, Mr. McCorvey has given concerts,
masterclasses, and workshops throughout the United Staes and Europe. Mr. McCorvey is also a teacher and vocal advisor to many students in the profession.
- Program 125
Robert Franz, associate conductor of the Louisville Orchestra; Phyllis Jenness and Dr. Everett McCorvey on a collaboration between the Lexington Opera and the University of Kentucky Opera Theatre; and musician Lorinda Jones. (#125)