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January 10, 1992 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-10

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tant," Mr. Krieger adds.
"There's no way that a stu-
dent coming out of a school
situation is ready to jump in-
to the professional opera
world. These kinds of middle-
ground programs are very im-
portant steps in their
careers."
Mr. Krieger got a late start
on his own musical career
when he was handed a
clarinet in high school. Short-
ly thereafter, he decided to
become a musician and he
began studying piano and
conducting.
He received a bachelor's
degree from the Manhattan
School of Music and a
master's degree from the
California Institute of the
Arts where he studied con-
ducting. "I kind of fell into
opera. I played in pit or-
chestras and did backstage
conducting. I always loved
singers once I got into
classical music. I hung out
with them, I played for them,
I coached them and I married
one of them."
Mr. Krieger's wife, Sarah
Bachmann Krieger, teaches
voice privately in Ann Arbor
and performs in recitals. The
couple have two children — a
9-year-old daughter and an
infant son. He says that he
does not plan to push his
children into a vocal music
career. "I would hope that
they would make up their
own minds about it."
As for Mr. Krieger, he says
that only his voice prevented
him from embarking on a
singing career. "If I had a
voice there's no way that I
would do anything as stupid
as wave at other people while
they sang. Most conductors
are frustrated singers, ab-
solutely."

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