By Tony Gonzalez|
Editor in Chief
Like most vocalists, Hillsdale College senior Maria Sciarini won't really know her voice type until about age 30.
For now, and in her senior recital Sunday at 4 p.m. in McNamara Recital Hall, her "big voice" is a soprano one.
"Technically, I don't know what I am yet. Singers don't really get into their prime until their 30s," Sciarini said, then through laughs: "I'm going to be the only chick celebrating when I turn 30."
The joke is characteristic of Sciarini, who punctuates her weekly Puccini and Hayden vocal lessons with jabs at opera, its lyrics and its characters, even comparing one to Ariel in "The Little Mermaid." But the sentiment fits too: her pursuit of a vocal career doesn't come with many guarantees.
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