Lisa Seegmiller & Family: The Magic & Memories of Christmas
November 30, 2019
Lisa and her family help kick-off the Christmas season by performing their beloved Christmas favorites at the historic St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. Lisa's mother, Salt Lake-based, Juilliard-trained pianist, Barbara Keiser Hopkins, will join them as a soloist and an accompanist in the program. Lisa hopes the concert will help those who attend to feel the Spirit of Christmas as she reminisces about the magic and memories of Christmas.
Vocal Workshop: The Importance of Mentors
June 08, 2019
Lisa gives a vocal workshop for Utah Conservatory of Performing Arts at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts about the importance of having great mentors over the course of a career in the arts. She introduces her top mentors, talks about how they changed her life, and shares some of the most important lessons she learned from them about becoming a great singer/actor.
Vocal Workshop: The Art of the Audition - How to Prepare for the Audition of a Lifetime!
June 07, 2019
Lisa gives a workshop for Utah Conservatory of Performing Arts at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts on perfecting the art of the audition - specifically, how to prepare for the most important audition of your life!
Vocal Workshop: The Art of the Audition - The Art of Vocal Style
June 04, 2019
Lisa gives a two-hour workshop on "The Art of Vocal Style: the Importance of Contrast in Your Audition Repertoire" for Utah Conservatory of Performing Arts at Tuacahn Center for the Arts. She discusses vocal techniques for creating stylistic contrast in musical theatre repertoire spanning the Golden Era to the present.
"A Trip to Italy" with the Southwest Symphony
April 26, 2019
Lisa will take you on a musical "Trip to Italy" with the Southwest Symphony as she pays tribute to Puccini, the composer whose masterwork, La Boheme, made her career. Lisa starred as Hollywood film director Baz Luhrmann's leading lady, Mimi, in his historic production of Puccini's most beloved masterwork La Boheme on Broadway, for which she won a Tony Award. Having performed the role of Mimi more times than almost any other soprano in the world, Lisa is one of the most authoritative interpreters of this role in recent history, so you won't want to miss her rendition of her favorite of Mimi's arias.