Pictured L-R: Frank Rosamond, baritone; Megan Grey, mezzo-soprano; Lorenzo Miguel Garcia, tenor; Carol Rausch, pianist. 
Our club was treated to a special performance by three extremely talented singers and Carol Rausch tickling the ivories.
Carol became Chorus Master at Chautauqua Institution's, Chautauqua Opera in 1995, and has been visiting the Jamestown Rotary Club every year since 1999. Each time she visits, Carol brings with her a delightful group of singers. This year was no exception!
Founded in 1929, The Chautauqua Opera Company is North America's oldest continuously operating summer opera company and 4th oldest opera company after the Metropolitan Opera, Cincinnati Opera and San Francisco Opera. The Chautauqua Opera Company offers more than 40 operatic events each season, including fully staged productions in Chautauqua Institution's 4000-seat Amphitheater and in the historic 1,300-seat Norton Hall, Concerts with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, weekly recitals, Music Theater Revues, Opera Scenes programs, and operatic revues for young audiences.
Chautauqua Opera productions feature internationally recognized guest artists as well as promising young singers from the Young Artist Program.
Joining Carol today were Frank Rosamond, baritone; Megan Grey, mezzo-soprano; and Lorenzo Miguel Garcia, tenor. Each gave their own separate performance.
Megan and Miguel then performed in a duet:
followed by the three powerful singers joining forces to sing a Stephen Sondheim tune. 
The group gave a thoroughly enjoyable performance!