A budding opera director

Caitlin C. Vincent ’07, a History and Literature concentrator, is the stage director of the Dunster House Opera (DHO) production of “The Marriage of Figaro.” Trained in classical voice, Vincent jumped into the campus opera scene from the start of her time at Harvard.

I started taking classical voice lessons when I was 14, and I had always planned to continue singing at college. Harvard was the only non-conservatory school that I applied to, and I ended up choosing it because of the performing opportunities (Harvard has far more opportunities for undergraduate singers than most other places). Once I was here, I just started auditioning.

Since her freshman year, Vincent has been deeply involved in campus opera productions. As a senior, Vincent now returns with “The Marriage of Figaro” to the place she began four years ago.

The Harvard Crimson :: Arts :: SPOTLIGHT: Caitlin C. Vincent ’07.

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