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Tue April 23, 2013
Michigan soprano makes it to the Metropolitan Opera House
There’s not a parent around who hasn’t had a child write that classic school essay “What I want to be When I Grow Up.”
It might be wise to pay close attention to the goal that child sets for himself or herself.
When she was ten years old, Caitlin Lynch of Bloomfield Hills announced that her goal was to become a professional singer.
She came from a family of talented musicians, her first solo was in first grade at Holy Name School in Birmingham singing, “My Favorite Things” from the Sound of Music at the school talent show.
She sang her way through Marian High School in Bloomfield Hills then on to the University of Michigan.
Last month, Caitlin Lynch made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York in Francesca di Rimini.
Soprano Caitlin Lynch joined us today and told us about her professional singing debut.