Classical Interviews – Sharin Apostolou

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Ader Artist-in-Residence Sharin Apostolou of Charlottesville Opera spoke with WTJU recently about how she got her start singing, her favorite operas and musicals, and how COVID has affected her work.

Sharin Apostolou and Charlottesville Opera will be part of the Front Porch’s “Save the Music” series with a performance on Sunday, October 25 from 8-9pm. More details available here.

These interviews air as part of WTJU’s Classical Sunrise, weekday mornings from 7-9am.

For more information on Sharin Apostolou, visit: SharinApostolou.com
For more information on Charlottesville Opera, visit: CharlottesvilleOpera.org

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