Sing it loud, sing it proud! Join in the virtual fun as we sing some of our favorite songs together.
Delia Zielinski; Hannah Kauffman
Delia Zielinski is a teaching artist with ArtStream, where she has taught classes in music, drama, movement, social skills, and self-advocacy since 2013. She recently co-lead a new Chorus Ensemble Class in fall of 2019.
Outside of ArtStream, Delia is a singer and performer and teaches voice through her own private studio. She has also served as Assistant Minister of Music with Grace Episcopal Church in Silver Spring. She has appeared in productions with Annapolis Opera, Riverbend Opera Company, Center Stage Opera (PA), Loudoun Lyric Opera, Studio Theatre, Montgomery Playhouse, OutoftheBlackBox Theatre Co., DC Playwright’s Forum, and the Capital Fringe Festival. Recent operatic roles include Lisette in La Rondine, Genevieve in Suor Angelica, Nannetta in Falstaff, and Zerlina in Don Giovanni. In oratorio she has performed solos in Faure’s Requiem and Mendelssohn’s Gloria. In concert, she was a featured performer at the Johnny Mercer Music Festival in Savannah, GA, and in recital with the Washington Flute Society, the Kunen Theatre at Levine School of Music, the Kosciuszko Foundation, and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library Concert Series. In 2013, Delia released her first solo album, “Boston Two,” featuring songs by American composers Amy Beach and Arthur Foote.
In addition to teaching and performing, Delia still finds time to serve as a musical volunteer with Hospice of Washington County. Delia and her husband live in Hagerstown, Maryland.
Hannah Kauffman is very excited to join the ArtStream family once again after 4 and a half years away! She graduated in December 2019 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) with Dual Baccalaureate degrees in Musical Theatre & Speech-Language Pathology. She is currently attending West Virginia University to pursue a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
Hannah was a mentor for Gaithersburg Company B from 2010 to 2015. She loved working with ArtStream and the actors so much that they were the main inspiration for her pursuing her two degrees. She also is a teaching artist at Imagination Stage, teaching dance and musical theatre techniques. Long term, Hannah looks forward to working with her clients as a Speech Pathologist. While she is open to whatever opportunities arise, she is particularly interested in working with stroke and traumatic brain injury victims in a hospital, rehabilitative, and/or acute care facility.
Hannah would like to thank her amazing team in Gaithersburg B for their unconditional love and support both in rehearsals and in our outside lives. She would like to thank her actors for being so open, personal, and creative in this process. As always, love to her mom and dad for their support in everything.
Online via Zoom
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