Event Production

“Music creates human connection- I’m most inspired by how music lifts the soul and connects all of us, it can be a way to bring people together. I love using opera and music with that classical tradition to also bring in a flavor of the new, to presence different cultural backgrounds and our wonderful diversity.”

Live music for events, weddings

I curate live music tailored to your event, with a specialization in finding great up-and-coming voices from minority communities and internationally, female composers, and GLBTQ+ talent— highlighting the rich cultural diversity that also exists in classical music, opera, and traditional and specialty international music.

Democratizing opera has long been a passion of mine, to bring to the people music that is part of the tradition but creative and memorable in different ways. I have produced musical events in shopping malls and flash mobs in public places.

Possibilities include: Opera in public places, epic or inspirational or tender live performances for weddings, curated musical happenings of any length.

Selected Talent

 Julimar Alejandra Alarcón, Soprano

Julimar Alejandra Alarcón (She/her)


Julimar Alarcon (she/her/hers) is a Colombian-American soprano, recognized for her voice´s beauty and warmth, and expressive acting. As an active performer in the Boston area, she has appeared in multiple performances and masterclasses. He Opera roles include Marcellina (Le nozze di Figaro), The Abbess (Suor Angelica), Little Red (Little Red Riding Hood), Clorinda (La Cenerentola), and Damigella (L’inconorazione di Poppea), among others. A native of Queens, New York, she came to Boston in 2019 to pursue a Master of Music in Vocal/Opera Performance at the New England Conservatory of Music. She also holds a degree in Vocal Performance from the University of North Florida. Julimar also has extensive experience in arts administration and publicity.

Michael Galvin, Bass-baritone

Michael Galvin


Bass-baritone Michael Galvin is an eager and versatile young singer passionate about connecting individuals through song. Living in Boston, MA, Michael is an active singer in the New England classical music community. Upcoming engagements include the world premiere of Iphigenia, in conjunction with The Kennedy Center and ArtsEmerson. Operatic collaborations in the Boston area include Boston Lyric Opera (Chorus, 2021-2023) and the Boston Early Music Festival (Circé and Alcina 2023). He also has engagements with the local art song organization, Calliope’s Call. Michael is also an active drag artist under the name Donatella Fermata. He seeks to break down the barriers audiences have to classical music by mixing classical songs into drag performances. He graduated with his Master of Music in Voice from the Eastman School of Music in May of 2019. He also holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice from Ithaca College, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2017.


Joel Clemens, Baritone

Joel Clemens


Originally from Ashburn, Virginia, Joel Clemens is a Boston-Based artist with an active career in both Opera and Music Theater. His recent highlights include Manfred, For a Look or a Touch, Boston Conservatory; Stephon, Iolanthe, Valentin, Faust, Pirate King, The Pirates of Penzance, Joseph De Rocher, Dead Man Walking, Captain Corcoran, H.M.S. Pinafore, James Madison University, and Charles Ives, Harmony with Seagle Music Festival. Joel has a Bachelor of Music degree from the James Madison University, and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

Carina DiGianfilippo, Soprano

 Carina DiGianfillipo


Italian-American Soprano, Carina DiGianfilippo, has been praised by The Boston Globe for her “winsome” voice and hailed a “vision” and “incredible” by The Theatre Times. This past season, she appeared as a young artist with the Opera Company of Middlebury, starred as Adele in MassOpera’s Die Fledermaus, and placed first in the Concorso Internazionale Rolondo Nicolosi in Formello, Italy. Upcoming performances include a concert with Boston Opera Collaborative featuring the works of composer Jonathan Bailey Holland. She will be reprising her role as Donna in The Battle of Bull Run, a performance that The Boston Globe deemed “the evening’s most fleshed out character, portrayed with care and nuance.”. Ms. DiGianfilippo received her Master of Music Degree from Manhattan School of Music and her Bachelor of Music Degree from Syracuse University, where she was the recipient of the Anna Freeland Berry Prize, the Music Faculty Award, and the Award for Vocal Excellence.

Scott Ballantine, Baritone

Scott Ballantine


Baritone Scott Ballantine has maintained a busy performing schedule in New England and across the United States. He has worked with companies such as Dayton Opera, St. Petersburg Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Connecticut Lyric Opera, Opera Wilmington, Opera Steamboat, and the Janiec Opera Company. A recent young artist in St. Petersburg, FL, Ballantine performed the role of Marullo in Rigoletto. Equally at home in musical theatre, Ballantine was a festival artist with the Natchez Festival of Music in 2019 and with Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre in 2017. Mr Ballantine pursued a Master of Music in Voice Performance at The Boston Conservatory in 2015. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Voice Performance from Northern Arizona University in 2013. 

Event Production Contact

Let me know about your vision for your event. I know many people, and may be able to assemble the perfect team and performances.