The Round Hill Quartet

Risa Renae Harman, soprano, has been widely acclaimed for her technical virtuosity and communication skills as an artist. Engagements include Samuel Barber’s The Prayers of Kierkegaard at the Kennedy Center, Dorine in Tartuffe with Lake George Opera and Artist-in-Residence with Bay View Music Festival. Opera companies with whom she has sung include New York City Opera, Lyric Opera Cleveland and Glimmerglass Opera. As a frequent recitalist and oratorio soloist, Risa has appeared at the National Cathedral, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Trinity Church, and Weill Hall (NYC). She is the recipient of awards from the Sullivan Foundation, Shoshana Foundation, Washington International Competition, Jenny Lind Competition, and Puccini Competition.

 

Jenna Hintz, soprano, graduate of the Boston University’s Opera Institute, a professional training program for opera singers. While there her roles included Countess (Le Nozze di Figaro), Vitellia (La Clemenza di Tito), Cake Box Lady (Postcard from Morocco) and Judith (Bluebeard’s Castle). She was also selected to perform the soprano role in Elijah with the Boston University Symphony orchestra. She was a young artist at the Chautauqua Opera Studio and received her Bachelor and Master of Music in vocal performance from the University of Illinois. Currently she is pursuing a performing career and maintains a private voice studio.

 

Patrick Hogan, tenor, attended Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, MO. He has performed a wide range of roles with renowned companies such as Santa Fe Opera, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Chautauqua Opera, New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players, and Springfield Regional Opera. Formerly a baritone, Patrick began his tenor career with the role of Lenski in Eugene Onegin at Union Avenue Opera Theatre in 2003. Patrick was a 2004 winner of the St. Louis Artist Presentation Society Award, and a two-time regional finalist of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. 

 

 

Scott Tomlinson, bass, received his B.M. in vocal performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He continued his studies at the University of Texas Austin. There he completed his M.M. in opera performance. During his studies, he was selected as a young artist with the Santa Fe Opera, where he performed the roles of the Commendatore in Don Giovanni, and Jose Tripaldi in Ainadamar. Since his initial training, Scott has performed on the stages of Dayton Opera, Edmonton Opera (Canada), and Austin Lyric Opera among others.