Welcome to NicoleWarner.com!

Nicole Warner, mezzo-soprano

 Hi, I'm Nicole Warner, a professional, classical mezzo-soprano.

I sing everything from Johann Sebastian Bach's Christmas Oratorio to Handel's Messiah to brand new works from living composers. I've sung solo on 3 continents...so far.

Here you will find:

+ concert announcements

+ my weekly blog Open Intervals

+ pictures of concert tours and a few epic throwbacks

+ audio and video in the Media Room and

+ my monthly eNewsletter Nicole's Notes

Music is meant to be a part of our everyday lives--it marks the transitions, the special occasions, brings meaning to our gatherings, entertains and comforts us. It's an honor to share these experiences with you!

 

 

 

Nicole's Upcoming Performances

Johann Sebastian Bach:  b minor Mass

 

Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 23, 2017

 

Hannah Lu, soprano
Nicole Warner, mezzo
Joshua Kohl, tenor
Stephen Bryant, bass-baritone

Delta David Gier, conductor

South Dakota Symphony

 

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Washington Pavilion

301 S Main St

Sioux Falls, SD 57104

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Read the Latest Blog Posts:

03 May 2016 09:54
Welcome to the new edition of Open Intervals!

Welcome back to Open Intervals! It's been a long time since I've blogged regularly and that is simply a reflection of being...stuck.

Long story short:  I used to purchase software on a yearly subscription basis to make my blog look totally awesome. And it did! It posted automatically to Twitter and sent emails whenever I posted a blog post.

Except I don't use Twitter any more. And the price went...up. And I got new email software that could [ ... ]

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18 Nov 2015 12:30

Solfege is *awesome* and these students are solfegging using the Curwen hand signs...this is true music geekdom--and totally awesome.

Found on this Pinterest board.

 

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11 Jun 2015 17:15
Why I Love Singing at Funerals

I love singing at funerals.

And I don't care if anyone thinks it's weird.

I love singing at funerals.

It's probably the most human and the most humane thing anyone can do, to sing to those who are grieving.

Funerals are for the living.

In a high school a student two years younger than my class died in a tragic accident; it was a horrible event and shocked our small town.The high school choir sang and I was so mad because I didn't want to go--I [ ... ]

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