DASHON BURTON

— Bass-baritone —

Happy Friends

One of my favorite parts of this job is seeing old friends on the road. And meeting new(born) friends!  

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A lovely Yale reunion in Vancouver

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My Uncle Jeff came out to see me in The Netherlands

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Some friends came to Paris and we got on a Hop on/off bus and immediately made shenanigans.  

A future ENT checks everything out. 

A future ENT checks everything out. 

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Many thanks to the efforvescently talented organist Renee Louprette for making the trip to Bethlehem! Hope I did my friend proud!

Greetings from MT!

RoT is spending some time in the Western states, and it's beautiful!  

I took the opportunity to go to Yellowstone's entrance for a quick pin in the map!  

I took the opportunity to go to Yellowstone's entrance for a quick pin in the map!  

Along the Yellowstone River

Along the Yellowstone River

More along the Yellowstone River. Note how the icicles form on the branches from the steam rising from the hot springs! My apologies to actual geologists who know all the technical terms for these.  

More along the Yellowstone River. Note how the icicles form on the branches from the steam rising from the hot springs! My apologies to actual geologists who know all the technical terms for these.  

Dashon Burton, Jeanine De Bique break down barriers to classical music

“What we have to do in every form of art is really break down the barriers in classical or operatic. In the end, it’s just music and we want everyone to be just as excited about it. I really do believe that by my going to a school and showing children or even college students what it means to be a musician — how this art form is still thriving — I believe by leading through example is the best way to get people excited about classical music,” says classical singer Dashon Burton by phone to the Banner.

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