“Musetta’s Musical Story Time,” is the debut release from Mezzo-Soprano, Lori Brown Mirabal.
The project is a combination of children stories, vocal performances and family oriented values.
This project is ideal for teaching music to children, also great for story time either at home, schools, libraries and children’s hospitals. Lori Brown Mirabal is credited as Producer, Concept, and Stories. Edward B. Kessel is credited as the recording, Mixing and Mastering Engineer and Graphic Design by Mariana Franzetti.
Musetta’s Musical Story Time is now available at all digital downloading and streaming outlets such as Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, and others. Hard copies and downloads are available at CDBaby.com.
Muzilog had a moment to chat with Lori about the new project. Please check out the interview below.
Throughout the US and abroad Mezzo-Soprano Lori Brown Mirabal has enjoyed an eclectic singing career. She has worked with such legendary opera and music theatre luminaries as Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, Hal Prince, and Cab Calloway. Some of her credits include: “Adelaide Bobo” in the world premiere of Les Negres at Opera de Lyon in France and Grand Teatre de Geneve in Switzerland; “Lola” in Cavalleria Rusticana at L’Opera de Monte Carlo; “Carmen” (title role) with New York City Opera National Tour; “Clara” (title role) in the world premiere of Gabriel’s Daughter at Central City Opera, CO; “Lucretia” (title role) in Rape of Lucretia at Dicapo Opera Theatre, NYC; and “Willie Mae” in Emmett Till at Trilogy: An Opera Company, Newark, NJ. Her concert, music theatre and film credits include: concert tours throughout northern China; a guest soloist singing excerpts from Westside Story at Carnegie Hall with the American Composer’s Symphony; a guest soloist in A Tribute to Black Pioneers in Music Performance at Colorado State, in Fort Collins; “Queenie” in the Broadway revival of Jerome Kern’s Showboat; “Lalume” in Kismet at the Utah Festival Opera; “Ella” in a national tour of Bubbling Brown Sugar; a featured appearance in the PBS television documentary Aida’s Brothers and Sisters; and a comical cameo performance in the major motion picture The Secret Lives of Dentists.
For more information and bookings, visit www.loribrownmirabal.com