On the heels of their Vienna debut, three award-winning, international vocalists come together to perform "Songs You Already Love". If you’re a fan of men’s vocal groups like “Il Divo” you won’t want to miss this men’s trio who not only entertain but also help you create treasured memories for your audience. Victor Valdez, Vincent Connor, and Terry Barber are EleMenTrio. Inspired by the elements, this men’s vocal group emerges delivering not only original arrangements of classics like “Danny Boy”, “You Raise Me Up” and “The Prayer”, but also unique versions of current radio hits and classic rock tunes by Journey, Sting, Kansas and more! This exciting trio has the rare distinction of being dubbed both "The new Three Tenors for the modern age" and also "the male Wilson Phillips”.
Susan Stone Li is a stage director with a specialty in producing operas within non-traditional venues. In February of 2020 she directed Mother of Us All for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. In February of 2019, Ms. Stone Li directed Rossini’s, La cambiale di matrinonio, for Opera Southwest, housed in a local tango club. Through her ability to transition classical production aesthetics into non-traditional spaces, Ms. Stone Li worked with Wolf Trap Opera to further their commitment to being on the forefront of innovative performances. Most recently assisting Hong Kong Ballet’s Artistic Director, Septime Webre as he choreographed members of Hong Kong Ballet and Wolf Trap Opera in, The Seven Deadly Sins. In 2016 she created a social media initiative for Wolf Trap Opera’s social engagement program called “The Lucretia Project.” Ms. Stone Li’s initiative was noted by Anne Midget in the Washington Post’s review of WTO’s production of, The Rape of Lucretia. Ms. Stone Li has directed and assistant directed mainstage and outreach performances for Houston Grand Opera, as well as their community engagement division, HGOco. When not in rehearsal Ms. Stone Li can be found gardening with her golden retriever, Waffles, on a homestead in rural Texas.