From September, 2013

ArtsATL Review: Capitol City Opera gives fresh talent a voice with Puccini’s classic “La Bohème”

September 9, 2013 By Stephanie Adrian Jinho Park (left) and Brendan Callahan-Fitzgerald in “La Bohème.” (Photo by Nicholas Cole) The life of an aspiring opera singer is a precarious one. After completing conservatory training, the singer ideally sets out to audition for roles with the intention of setting the world ablaze with his or her artistry. But oftentimes a 22-year-old is too green to land a job with an opera company that spends perhaps $1 million per production and can’t afford to take a chance on untested talent. For that reason, most conservatory graduates initially seek out training programs for…