Howard Center Presents
Nationally famous lyric soprano Faith Esham has performed in leading opera houses of the United States as well as Europe. She received a GRAMMY Award as principal soloist and best opera recording in 1984. Known for both her musicality and ability to express poignant emotion, Esham brings theatricality to the classical stage.
Most recently, Esham was the recipient of an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts at the May commencement service at Andrews University. The recipient of both the Walter W. Naumberg Award and the Concours International de Chant de Paris, Esham is currently an adjunct professor of voice at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. She will perform selections that include pieces by Hugo Wolf and Henri Duparc.