Soprano-Turned-Pop Singer Constance Hauman Releases Second Album, High Tides

Classic Arts News   Soprano-Turned-Pop Singer Constance Hauman Releases Second Album, High Tides
The recording artist blends genres with her new release, featuring eight original songs and works by Dave Grohl and Poulenc.
Constance Hauman
Constance Hauman

Constance Hauman has dropped her sophomore album, High Tides, via her label Isotopia Records. The release includes eight original numbers from singer-songwriter, who blends her operatic background with pop-funk sound. Also featured are covers of “Everlong” from Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl and Poulenc’s “Les Chemins de l’Amour.”

High Tides follows Hauman’s debut album, Falling Into Now, released in 2015.

In addition to her solo career, Hauman is the music director and keyboardist for the soul band Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf. She is also the creator of the solo show Exiles in Paradise, which has been performed in New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin.

She is slated to return to her classical roots, which include performances with Royal Opera House and Lyric Opera of Chicago, to sing the role of Queen Elizabeth I in the Staatsoper world premiere of Olga Neuwirth’s Orlando, having previously sung Alice/Renee in Neuwirth’s Lost Highway adaptation.

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