Lisa Mazy

  Lisa Mazy, voice Grand Prize Winner Wagner College Young Musicians Competition 2003 in concert   assisted by Sandro Russo, piano                                                                         Sunday, August 15, 2004, 3:30 p.m. Admission free  Reception to follow Music Performance Center, Campus Hall, Wagner College   Program V'adoro, pupille.................George Frideric Handel O mio babbino caro.....................Giacomo Puccini La pastorella delle Alpi.............Gioacchino Rossini Gretchen am Spinnrade...................Franz Schubert Neue Liebe.....................................Franz Schubert Nacht und Traume..........................Franz Schubert Ach Ich fuhls................Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart   Intermission Vocalise..................................Sergei Rachmaninoff Villanelle.........................................Hector Berlioz   En prière..........................................Gabriel Fauré    Pastorale......................................................Aaron Copland   Love's Philosophy..........................................Roger Quilter   Love Went a Riding........................................Frank Bridge  Caro nome..................................................Giuseppe Verdi  Summertime...........................................George Gershwin Only Love....................................................Frank Wildhorn  Glitter and be Gay ...............................Leonard BernsteinBiography Lisa Mazy, just recently sixteen, will be returning to Notre Dame Academy in the fall for her third year of high school. She has been studying voice with Shelly O’Hara for five years and studying theatre with Rosemarie Callahan (Director of the Staten Island Children’s Theatre Association) for seven years. Along with voice and musical theatre, Lisa has been studying theory at the Staten Island Conservatory of Music with Valeda Zaage-Bell. She has appeared in numerous recitals, musical reviews and plays, including: Annie, 1999; The King and I, 2000; Oliver, 2001; Fiddler on the Roof (as Hodel), 2002; Sound of Music (as the Mother Abbess), 2003; and Guys and Dolls (where she appeared in the lead role as Sarah Brown), 2004.  Lisa has participated in the Young Musicians Competition for three years, all three placing first in voice (Group I, 2001and 2002, Group II, 2003). In 2003 she was awarded the Grand Prize in Group II. Since that time, Lisa has been preparing for her solo concert.