The Orville Moore Memorial Award
The Orville Moore Memorial Award is named for a Denver-born baritone who was assisted in 1950 by The Allied Arts, Inc. to pursue further studies of art song and German Lieder in New York. Else Replogle, a longtime friend of the organization, with the help of the Allied Arts board, created the Orville Moore Memorial Award with funds from her estate. The first Orville Moore award was given in 1992 to Larry Glenn, a professor at Lamont School of Music.
Therese Stewart, Roger Bingaman, David Sievers, Peter Pasztor, Ruth Parisoe, James Winn, Cheryl Saborsky
William Weaver, Robert Behrens, A. Thomas Schomberg (known for his statue of Rocky in Philadelphia)*
Kenneth Evett, Frank Mechau*, Katie McPhee
Daniel Moe, Antonio Wilson*, Frank Toth, Francis Graffeo
Singers of Note
Stephen West*, Scot Weir*, Yalun Zhang, Hao Jiang Tian*, Cynthia Lawrence*, Donald Kaasch*, Mark Calkins, Jean Glennon, Nicole Philibosian, Cynthia Makris, Frederick Burchinal*, Kathryn Krasovec
*Those recepients with an asterisk have had, or currently have, wide reaching careers in major houses in the U.S. and Europe.