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Background Information

Employment History

Chaparral MusicFest


Vocal Music Coordinator of the Voice Department

Yavapai College


Affiliations

Prescott Women's Chamber Choir

Founder


Education

Bachelor of Science degree

Vocal Music Education

North Dakota State University


Master of Education Degree

Vocal Music and Performance

North Dakota State University


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Yavapai Youth Choir - Prescott Woman Magazine

There is a memorable line in the movie classic "The Sound of Music" that could have been spoken by Arlene Hardy, the Artistic Director of Yavapai Youth Choirs program:
"This is an exciting new opportunity for the younger kids who love to sing and want to get started on enhancing their musical education," says Hardy. Hardy, along with her new two co-directors, Michelle Grubert and Scott Neese, are particularly energized about bringing boys into their youth line-up for the first time. Hardy says all three groups focus on teaching healthy singing techniques, music theory, sight-reading, and providing performance opportunities and exposure to the broader world of music appreciation and education. Hardy began directing the Women's Chorale at Yavapai College in 1996, when her family moved to Prescott. "She's a large part of why I wanted to start this program," Hardy says about her co-founder. Hardy will direct the advanced girls' group, but will again assume the role of artistic director over all three groups. Looking ahead, Hardy has long-range goals of adding a choir with older boys, whose voices have made the change, and then mixing them with the advanced women's voices.


http://www.chaparralmusicfest.org/2014/artists/hardy.html

Arlene Hardy
Chaparral MusicFest | Arlene Hardy Chaparral MusicFest Arlene Hardy Arlene Hardy Arlene Hardy is a lyric coloratura soprano whose education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Vocal Music Education and a Master of Education Degree in Vocal Music and Performance from North Dakota State University. Since college she has continued her vocal education through private study, and by frequently attending workshops, master classes and continuing education courses that pertain to singing and voice production. Arlene has had the privilege of working under teachers such as Robert W. Olson, Jerry Doan, Richard Miller, Mary Kay Schmidt, Kamal Khan and Jayne Casselman. Arlene moved to Prescott in 1996. She directed the Women's Chorale for six years at Yavapai College where she was also the Vocal Music Coordinator of the Voice Department as well as taught private voice from 1996-2004. Arlene founded the Prescott Women's Chamber Choir in 2002. Arlene now maintains a busy private voice studio, Windsong Voice Studio. Along with teaching and directing, she gives various master classes, adjudicates for high school regional and choral auditions, and judges and directs high school choral festivals. Arlene has performed roles in opera, musical theatre, and oratorio throughout the Midwest and Southwest. Favorite roles include Lucy in Menotti's "The Telephone", Susanna in Mozart's "Le Nozze Di Figaro", Fraulein Silberklang in Mozart's "Der Schauspieldirektor", as well as soprano soloist for Stravinsky's "Les Noce", Hayden's "Creation", Handel's "Messiah" and Brahms "Requiem". She has performed with the Prescott Strings as a guest artist singing Villa-Lobos' "Bachianas Brasilieras #5" and most recently singing Mozart with the Prescott Chamber Orchestra. Arlene has been seen on the Prescott Fine Arts Stage as Lily in "Secret Garden", as a soloist on the PFAA Concert Series, and as a guest artist on Charles Taylor's Concert recital. Arlene was a 1995 District Winner and Regional Finalist for the Upper Midwest Region of the Metropolitan Opera Auditions. Arlene resides in Prescott with her husband Russel and their three children. Home > 2014 Season > Artists > Arlene Hardy >


Prescott Elks Opera House Restoration Benefit - Prescott Lodge #330

Arlene Hardy Arlene Hardy - Is in her element on the recital stage.Having performed recitals in the Midwest and Canada, she has built an extensive repertoir.She moved to Prescott in 1996 from Fargo, North Dakota, where she received both her Bachelors and Masters degrees from North Dakota State University.Ms. Hardy has enjoyed singing several roles in opera, Musical theatre and oratorio.Roles include Lucy in Menotti's The Telephone Fraulein Silberklang in Mozart's Der Schauspieldirektor, Lily in the Secret Garden, as well as being the feature soprano soloist for Stravinsky's Les Noce.Ms. Hardy was a District Winner and Regional finalist for Upper Midwest Region of Metropolitan Opera auditions.Arlene currently teaches voice at Yavapai Community College and directs the Prescott Women's Chamber Choir.


Art N' About Archives - Prescott Woman Magazine

Bringing Music Appreciation to Area Youth By Monica Kaplan There is a memorable line in the movie classic "The Sound of Music" that could have been spoken by Arlene Hardy, the Artistic Director of Yavapai Youth Choirs program: "Is there a more beautiful expression of what is good in this country of ours than the innocent voices of our children?
Bringing Music Appreciation to Area Youth By Monica Kaplan There is a memorable line in the movie classic "The Sound of Music" that could have been spoken by Arlene Hardy, the Artistic Director of Yavapai Youth Choirs program: "Is there a more beautiful expression of what is good in this country of ours than the innocent voices of our children? This same view is what motivates Hardy to continue to build and expand the youth choral...


http://www.chaparralmusicfest.org/2014/choir.html

Director: Arlene Hardy
Young singers, ages 11 through 18 work on building their vocal technique and choral repertoire with the director of the Prescott Women's Chamber Choir, Arlene Hardy. No experience necessary. This choir concert, under the direction of Arlene Hardy, features repertoire performed by middle school and high school singers.


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