Michael Franti

1) Please have your PARKING PASS ready to show on your phone or printed and in the window of your car, so you may get you in to the concert as quickly as possible. If you did not purchase a parking pass, there will be a $10.00 parking fee collected upon arrival.

2) Food Trucks will include ~ Portland Pie, Arthur's Food Trucks (Pizza Cones, Lemonade, etc), Brother Shuckers's Oysters, Spirio & Company, Fresh Ella's Ice Cream!

3) Concessions Stands will be serving beer, wine, seltzer, craft beer, mixed drinks, soda & water

4) All food, drink, coolers, and large bags are prohibited upon entry. Food and Drinks are also prohibited in the parking area.

5) Every child who is a standing patron or in a stroller must have a ticket.

6) You may bring in your own chairs until we can not accept any more.

7) Snow Pond is a nonsmoking campus.

8) Reminder to bring in sweatshirts, jackets, etc., as there will be no re-entry.

9) Due to safety guidelines and restrictions we will not be allowing patrons to arrive by boat for this event.

10) ADA - Parking will be provided.

11) Our Covid Policy is in line with the CDC guidelines; which currently do not require proof of vaccination or a negative covid test!

If you have an additional question please write to the Snow Pond Box Office at .

Micheal Franti & SPEARHEAD
Arrested Development ~ Opening Act
July 1, 2022 • 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
DOORS OPEN 5:30 pm • ALL AGES
The parking lot opens at 4:30 pm
Michael Franti

1) Please have your PARKING PASS ready to show on your phone or printed and in the window of your car, so you may get you in to the concert as quickly as possible. If you did not purchase a parking pass, there will be a $10.00 parking fee collected upon arrival.

2) Food Trucks will include ~ Portland Pie, Arthur's Food Trucks (Pizza Cones, Lemonade, etc), Brother Shuckers's Oysters, Spirio & Company, Fresh Ella's Ice Cream!

3) Concessions Stands will be serving beer, wine, seltzer, craft beer, mixed drinks, soda & water

4) All food, drink, coolers, and large bags are prohibited upon entry. Food and Drinks are also prohibited in the parking area.

5) Every child who is a standing patron or in a stroller must have a ticket.

6) You may bring in your own chairs until we can not accept any more.

7) Snow Pond is a nonsmoking campus.

8) Reminder to bring in sweatshirts, jackets, etc., as there will be no re-entry.

9) Due to safety guidelines and restrictions we will not be allowing patrons to arrive by boat for this event.

10) ADA - Parking will be provided.

11) Our Covid Policy is in line with the CDC guidelines; which currently do not require proof of vaccination or a negative covid test!

If you have an additional question please write to the Snow Pond Box Office at .

Micheal Franti & SPEARHEAD
Arrested Development ~ Opening Act
July 1, 2022 • 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
DOORS OPEN 5:30 pm • ALL AGES
The parking lot opens at 4:30 pm
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Lisabeth MillerCo-Artist Director/Vocal Faculty, (The Hartt School, University of Hartford)

Dr. Lisabeth Miller is an artist teacher of voice at the Hartt School, University of Hartford, where she teaches applied voice lessons to undergraduate and graduate voice majors, as well as in the Hartt Community Division.  She also teaches both French and German vocal literature.  During the summer, she serves on the voice faculty and as conductor of the chamber choir at New England Music Camp.  Dr. Miller is the director of music at Old St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, and artistic director of Hartford Opera Theater. 

In addition to teaching, Lisabeth Miller is a professional lyric soprano, sought after for her musically sensitive and dramatically compelling performances of diverse repertoire on both the opera and concert stages.  In recent seasons she has been featured as a soloist with the Farmington Valley Symphony, the Farmington Valley Chorale, the Manchester Symphony and Chorale, the Nutmeg Symphony and Waterbury Chorale, Con Brio Choral Society, the Shoreline Chorale, and the University of Connecticut Festival Chorus.  Miller has sung both leading and comprimario roles with companies throughout Connecticut; she has been seen on the stages of Opera Connecticut, Opera Theater of Connecticut, Hillhouse Opera, Hartford Opera Theater, and the University of Connecticut Opera Theater.   Recently performed roles include the Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors, First Lady in The Magic Flute, and the title role in Handel’s Alcina.  Next up for Miller is her first performance of Samuel Barber’s “Knoxville, Summer 1915” with the Farmington Valley Symphony,

A skilled interpreter of traditional repertoire, Miller is also a specialist in contemporary music.  She has consistently been featured in Hartford Opera Theater’s New in November series.  In 2017, Miller sang the roles of Donna, Holly, and Jennifer in the world premiere of David Wolfson’s The Faith Operas with Hartford Opera Theater, and has also performed works by Tom Cipullo, Steven Serpa, Chen Zhangyi, and Daniel Morel. 

Dr. Miller earned her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Connecticut as a student of vocal pedagogy authority Dr. Constance Rock and Willie Anthony Waters.  Her dissertation is entitled "A Lyric Soprano in Handel's London: A Vocal Portrait of Francesca Cuzzoni." She also holds a master of music degree in voice performance from the Hartt School of Music and a B.A. in music from Brandeis University.  Please visit www.lisabethmiller.com for information about upcoming performances.

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Snow Pond Center for the Arts