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Baritone Justin Austin and pianist Howard Watkins | Justin Austin photo by Gillian Riesen
Discover the exceptional artistry of baritone Justin Austin, hailed as a “gentle actor and elegant musician” by Opera News and praised for his mellifluous voice in The Wall Street Journal. A multifaceted musician, Mr. Austin’s repertoire spans jazz, R&B, musical theatre, opera, and oratorio, collaborating with renowned artists such as Aretha Franklin and Elton John. He strongly believes in using his artistry to benefit communities worldwide, working with organizations like MEND and QSAC to perform benefit concerts for those in need.
American pianist Howard Watkins is celebrated as a frequent collaborator with the world’s leading musicians and an acclaimed assistant conductor at the Metropolitan Opera. He has performed in iconic venues around the globe and has served on the faculties of institutions such as Tanglewood Music Center and Aspen Music Festival.
In honor of Black History Month, this vocal-piano power duo will perform a diverse program that centers on pieces by composers of color.
“Young baritone Justin Austin sang ‘Peculiar Grace’... with burnished sound and vulnerability.” - The New York Times on Justin Austin
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Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for seniors and UD faculty, staff, and alumni; and $10 for students. Click the "buy tickets now" button to purchase your tickets online. Tickets can also be purchased by phone, order form, or in-person. Click here for more information about buying tickets.
Virtual tickets are available for this concert at the price of $10 each. Events will be streamed in the form of a Zoom webinar, and will be available for all purchasers to watch on demand for three days following the event. Click here for more info about virtual tickets.