Date: 02/20/2021 Time: 4:30 PM
You’re invited to observe a masterclass with Matthew Ozawa, stage director, artistic director and educator, working with current Baldwin Wallace Voice Performance students. Then, participate in the Q&A session with Ozawa.
Zoom Webinar, Saturday, February 20, 4:30 EST, please register below.
About the artist: Stage director, artistic director and educator, Matthew Ozawa has an international career that spans all artistic disciplines including opera, theater, musical theater, dance, video, world music and visual art. Ozawa is a master storyteller, whose “strikingly spare productions” (New York Times) are “a vivid demonstration of what opera is all about” (Opera News). His productions consistently “deliver brilliance on all fronts” (Chicago Tribune) and are filled with “breathtaking imagery” (Broadway World). Ozawa is the Founder and Artistic Director of Mozawa, a Chicago-based incubator advancing collaborative art and artists. Also a proponent of arts education, Ozawa served three years as Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Michigan, School of Music, Theatre & Dance. Passionate about collaborative interdisciplinary performance, new work, and reigniting classics, Ozawa’s “stylish” and “intelligent” productions have been seen at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and many more.