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Rutgers New TV Spot Featuring Julianne Baird

Filmed in Nicholas Music Center
As a performer, Julianne Baird is one of today's most recorded opera singers. As a soprano and musicologist, she's a top authority on the music she brings to stages around the world. And in the classroom, she's a professor who gives her students center stage.

>>> Watch the video

>>> more about Julianne Baird ("The Vocalist")

Madrigal Festivals at Rutgers-Camden

Madrigal Festival 2001 (Nov 14, 2001)

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A Musical Duel (Nov 14, 2001)

"A Musical Duel" featured a contest between acclaimed soprano Julianne Baird and esteemed trumpeter Darin Kelly.

jb Click here to listen to "A Great Soprano-Trumpet Duel"

Crazy for Love and Music (Nov 13, 2002)

"Crazy for Love and Music: Also gin, money, food, politics and laundry" (featuring Mad Songs by Henry Purcell with diary accounts from Bedlam)

jb Click here to listen to the recital "Crazy for Love and Music"

Too Hot To Handel (Nov 12, 2003)

Julianne Baird sings favorite Handel arias accompanied by the Rutgers-Camden ARCO ARGENTO Chamber Players with Jessica Peyton, James Keene and Grace Keene (Rutgers Camden Class of 2007)

jb Click here to listen to the recital "Too Hot To Handel"(Nov 12, 2003)


New Jersey Network: State of the Arts 

Julianne Baird and James Richman (Concert Royal) were featured on NJN State of the Arts with Amber Edwards. They enchanted their audience with 18th century music, including Handel's "O, Had I Jubal's Lyre."
>>> To view the program, click here! (11:03 min)



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Julianne Baird is Distinguished Professor of Music
at Rutgers University in Camden,
New Jersey. 

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