Carl J. Halperin

(resigned July 2007)

Carl J. Halperin was born in Chicago but has lived for many years in central North Carolina. He attended the N.C. School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, receiving his B.M. in voice in 1982. Long writing stints at Spectator Magazine locally (where he received his first literary experience) and for Opera News in New York led to work in public radio, as a local NPR affiliate station anchor (also submitting stories directly to the network proper) and time spent writing for Raleigh's News and Observer and for Durham's Herald-Sun. Halperin has performed leading baritone roles in operas by Mozart, Pasatieri, and others, and participated in opera productions at Raleigh's Meredith College, in one of which his role was written for him. He has interviewed leading celebrity singers from opera's Golden Age (c.1950-75) for a prospective volume and is hoping to do other work with smaller to moderate-sized publishing houses in the Southeast.

Articles by Carl J. Halperin:

Long Leaf Opera: "A Grand Night for Singing"

Vocal Music Review by Carl J. Halperin,  July 1, 2007

Music At NC STATE: The Concert

Music Review by Carl J. Halperin,  November 19, 2006

Isabella

Vocal Ensemble Review by Carl J. Halperin,  October 21, 2006

OCNC's Barber of Seville

Opera Review by Carl J. Halperin,  June 4, 2006

Patience in Durham

Operetta Review by Carl J. Halperin,  March 30, 2006

Triple Helix in Raleigh

Chamber Music Review by Carl J. Halperin,  September 9, 2005