In Memoriam Judith Kellock

This is not fresh news, but I only just heard about it: soprano Judith Kellock died this past March from complications following cancer surgery. A remarkable artist, beloved teacher, and just a nice person, Judy did my music on several occasions, including a performance at SongFest several years ago where I had the privilege of accompanying her myself. Read more about her at her website; an obituary here. Here is a video in which she sings the last movement of Lukas Foss’s Time Cycle, a setting of the same Nietzsche text that Mahler used in his Third Symphony.

One thought on “In Memoriam Judith Kellock

  1. I remember Judith from SongFest! I didn’t know she passed away, so thank you for posting this. I remember many delightful conversations with her in the cafeteria.

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