Get to know Eby
What are you doing in school?
“I'm currently pursuing my Master's in Vocal Performance at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro."
How long have you been singing in choirs?
What is your favorite musical memory?
“Singing Beautiful Savior, a Gettysburg College Choir tradition at a choral reunion with members of classes as old as '52."
Do you have any special talents or interests outside of music?
“I love horseback riding!"
Who is your favorite composer?
"George Frideric Handel."
Who's your favorite non-classical musical artist?
What song have you not been able to stop listening to?
"Grow As We Go by Ben Platt."
What's the most interesting fact about you?
"I've swum with manatees!"
What's your favorite holiday and why?
"Christmas because I get to see my family and everything is so joyful and festive!"
Are you a morning person or a night owl?
If you could have a conversation with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?
What's your favorite thing about singing in Lux?
“The rep, because it’s killer, and I love making music with wonderful humans."
What’s your favorite song you've sung with Lux?
"Entreat me not to leave you by Dan Forrest. It is the most beautiful, emotional setting of the text, and gives me chills every time."
Eby Buscher, soprano, is currently pursuing her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she studies with Dr. Robert Wells. She recently graduated from the Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College with her Bachelor’s in Music Education, where she studied voice with Dr. Susan Hochmiller. Recent performances include Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, Belinda in Dido and Aeneas, Filia in Jephte, and a soloist in Handel's Messiah. Ms. Buscher has placed as a winner in the Allegheny Mountain Chapter of the NATS vocal competition for the past four years and as the winner of the North Carolina State Adult Women category for Musical Theatre. She has attended the Young Artist program, Si Parla, Si Canta, under the direction of Jeffrey Gall, Chris Merritt, Nicole Cabell, and Benton Hess, and the Art of Song program, Orvieto Musica in Orvieto, Italy. She is currently performing in UNCG’s spring operas, as Nella in Gianni Schicci, and First Tourierre in Suor Angelica, as well as singing with the UNCG Chamber Singers, and with the Greensboro Symphony Master Chorale for their upcoming performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. During her undergraduate career, she performed with the Gettysburg College Choir, Camerata, Opera Workshop, and as a featured soloist with the Buzz Jones Quintet.
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