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Francois Loup: A Career Revisited - Thursday, March 31st, 2011

A Career Revisited Francois Loup, bass Adam Mahonske, piano

Thursday, March 31, 2011 7:30 pm - Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Recital Hall

The University of Maryland School of Music is proud to present A Career Revisited, in which faculty artist Francois Loup will reflect on 50 years spent performing, directing and recording baroque, classical, Bel Canto and contemporary works. Professor Loup made his debut on the international music scene at the 1974 Spoleto Festival at the invitation of Gian Carlo Menotti. His reputation rapidly grew to international stature, and he first performed in Washington in 1981. Loup has performed with the Metropolitan Opera of New York since 1992, where he has given more than 100 performances in major roles. Since 1996, Loup has been an associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Music. Learn more about Francois Loup's illustrious international career and the music on this program in the UM Libraries:

  Recordings of Loup's work in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library

  Articles and Reviews from The Washington Post that explore the career of Francois Loup