Chad Reagan in collaboration with Adriana Teodoro-Dier
April 22, 2017 • 7:30 p.m.
Our Saviour's Lutheran Church
Hailing from Denver, Colo., baritone Chad Reagan has begun crafting a career on both operatic and musical theater stages throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. Most recently heswas seen performing as Guglielmo in Mozart's Cosi fan tutte with Opera Theatre of the Rockies. Additionally he performed in the satirical review Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Garner Galleria Theater. Other highlights include: The Doctor in Vanessa with Boulder Opera, Frank in Die Fledermaus with Opera Theatre of the Rockies and Samuel in The Pirates of Penzance with Indianapolis Opera. Currently he serves on the voice faculty at the University of Colorado at Denver and on the music faculty at the Community College of Denver.
Pianist Adriana Teodoro-Dier, DMA, has appeared across the United States as a collaborative and solo artist. Her versatility, flexibility, and depth of expertise have made her a highly-sought after performer, educator, and coach. Teodoro-Dier performs regularly throughout the Denver-Metro area and is an Affiliate Faculty at both Metropolitan State University and Regis University. She is also a visual artist, specializing in abstract acrylic works. Learn more at AdrianaTD.com.
A scholarship recipient for her undergrad and graduate degrees, Teodoro-Dier embarked on an intensive double-degree bachelor's program at Lawrence University, where she graduated magna cum laude in both Physics and Piano. Choosing to pursue her passion for the arts, she attended Cincinnati College-Conservatory for an MM in Piano Performance. Shortly afterwards, she completed a DMA in Collaborative Piano at the Frost School of Music (FL), where she was awarded an assistantship in Opera/Vocal Accompanying.
Co-Sponsored by the Casper Journal, & the Parkway Plaza.
NOTE: Jennifer DeDominici was originally scheduled to perform with Chad and Adriana, but will not be appearing due to a scheduling conflict. We apologize for any inconvenience.