Four MSM Alumni named to the Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program for 2022–2023

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The participants of one of classical music’s most prestigious training programs for 2022–2023 includes four recent MSM Alumni.

The Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program was created in 1980 to identify and develop extraordinarily talented young artists in the realm of opera. The four MSM alumni taking part among the 15 participants of the 2022/2023 program are:

Le Bu (BM ’22), Bass-Baritone
Juan José Lázaro (MM ’19), Collaborative Pianist
Daniel Rich (MM ’19), Baritone
William Woodard (MM ’19), Collaborative Pianist

The 2022—2023 Lindeman Young Artist Development Program Roster

About the Metropolitan Opera program

Throughout their instruction in the program, the selected young artists draw upon the vast pool of world-renowned talent available at the Met, including current and former Met artists, internationally recognized coaches, and master teachers. The program participants have access to daily rehearsals and practice sessions where they can observe opera’s great singers preparing their roles for the current Met repertory. They are also presented with the opportunity to participate in Met productions, as many singers perform supporting roles and pianists serve as assistant conductors.

Meet the MSM alumni taking part!



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