Hilary Poriss Associate Professor of Music firstname.lastname@example.org 617.373.4249 Expertise aesthetics of 19th-century musical culture, diva culture, Italian opera, performance practice Hilary Poriss in the Press Article A Queen of 19th-Century Opera Gets New Attention Hilary Poriss is an associate professor of music at Northeastern University and the author of “Gioachino Rossini’s ‘The Barber of Seville,’” forthcoming from Oxford University Press. Article Customizing a mash-up When opera was a much younger art form, star singers could choose which arias they wanted to sing, often swapping in favorite numbers that showed off their voices to best advantage for whatever the lowly composers and librettists had originally written. Now audiences at the Metropolitan Opera will have an opportunity to see this venerable […] Hilary Poriss for Northeastern Global News An encore for opera’s prima donnas An encore for opera’s prima donnas A new book co-edited by associate professor of music Hilary Poriss explores how opera’s prima donnas shaped the leading art form of their day. Faculty Reads, Volume Three Faculty Reads, Volume Three Northeastern faculty members have written at length on a wide range of topics. Here, we highlight the third batch of published works in a feature on recent faculty books. Opera singers: The 19th century’s Hollywood stars Opera singers: The 19th century’s Hollywood stars Northeastern University assistant music professor Hilary Poriss sketches a lively tale of opera-house influence in her new book.