Danielle Feinstein, soprano, is thrilled to be returning for her fourth year with the Bach Society of St. Louis and second year as the Soprano Young Artist. In addition to singing with the Bach Society, Ms. Feinstein is also a principal artist for the Women’s HOPE Chorale of St. Louis. Recently, she has been seen on stage in Candide with Union Avenue Opera as well as The Musical Comedy of Murders of 1940 with the Theatre Guild of Webster Groves. Danielle has a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Webster University, where she studied with Director of Voice Martha J. Hart. Ms. Feinstein currently works as a Registrar at COCA, the Center of the Creative Arts.
Olivia Roland, mezzo-soprano, is originally from the Philadelphia/New Jersey area. In 2017, she received her Bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Rowan University. She has sung with the Philadelphia Symphonic Choir, and held staff singer positions with St. Nicholas of Tolentine church in Atlantic City and St. Peter’s Episcopal church in Philadelphia. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in vocal performance at Webster University, and studies with Martha Hart. This is her first year as a Young Artist with the Bach Society. She is also a staff singer at St. Francis de Sales Oratory, and sings with the St. Louis Symphony chorus. Olivia is an active violist as well, and continues to pursue orchestral and chamber music performance opportunities. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in early music performance, and a doctorate in musicology.
Freddie Rice is thrilled to be singing with the Bach Society as a Young Artist. Freddie holds a Bachelor’s of Music Education from Webster University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude as a Presidential Scholar. He is currently Director of Vocal Music at Mascoutah High School in Mascoutah, Illinois. Freddie was the winner of the 2017 Webster University Aria Competition and has performed with Union Avenue Opera, New Line Theatre, the MUNY, and Josh Groban.
Micheal Lowe: Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Micheal Lowe has decided to make Saint Louis his home. He is currently a baritone young artist for the Bach Society of Saint Louis. In Saint Louis he has performed with The Black Rep, The Actor’s Studio, Mustard Seed Theater, New Line, R-S Theatrics, Winter Opera, and the Chamber Chorus of Saint Louis. His favorite operatic roles include: Ben in The Telephone, The Bonze in Madama Butterfly, Count Robinson in Il Matrimonio Segreto, Morales Cover in Carmen. His favorite musical theater roles include: The Man in Blues in the Night, Patrolman in Wait Until Dark, Ensembles/US Foreman in Les Miserables and Hairspray, Ken in Smokey Joe’s Café, Caleb in Seven Brothers for Seven Brides, Duane in Hairspray, and Henry/Seaman in South Pacific.