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Boston Opera Singer 3

Emerging mezzo-soprano, this Boston Opera Singer is quickly gathering attention for a voice described as “red velvet” and exciting audiences with a daring, dramatic sensibility. Last Spring, she made her professional debut with the Florida Grand Opera in a captivating performance of “Zerlina” in Mozart's Don Giovanni. As a member of their elite Young Artist Program for the 2010/2011 season, she covered the “Muse/Nicklausse” in Offenbach's Les Contes D’Hoffmann as well as performing in a number of recitals in the greater Miami area.

In the 2009-10 season, this Boston Opera Singer returned to the Chicago Opera Theater as a young artist, covering the leading role of “Medea” in Cavalli’s Giasone. In the previous season, she covered the title role in La Tragédie de Carmen, and also gave a much acclaimed performance.

Additionally in 2010, she was invited to reprise her role as “Suky Tawdry” in John Gay/Benjamin Britten’s The Beggar’s Opera, and was featured as one of the two “Lay Sisters” in Suor Angelica for the Châteauville Foundation on the estate of the illustrious Maestro Lorin Maazel. She was also invited to cover the title role in The Rape of Lucretia in the previous 2009 Castleton Festival.

Boston Opera Singer degree

This Boston Opera Singer recently received a Master of Music in Vocal Performance after a very successful two years at the New England Conservatory of Music. She was cast in leading roles in every main-stage opera offered and was also chosen among two students to represent New England Conservatory for the Marilyn Horne Foundation competition her very first year.

This artist has sung in several young artist programs both domestic and abroad, including Operafestival di Roma, American Austrian Mozart Academy, Oberlin in Italy, Opera North, and the Chicago Opera Theater. Other operatic roles include “Dinah” in Trouble in Tahiti, “Despina” in Cosi Fan Tutte, the "Widow" in The Boor, “Rosa Gonzales" in Summer and Smoke, "Clori" in L'Egisto, and “Marcellina” in Le Nozze di Figaro. Distinctions include merit vocal and dance scholarships from St. Olaf College, American Musical and Dramatic Academy and New England Conservatory for a Master of Music in Vocal Performance. This Boston Opera Singer is also a two-time scholarship winner from the Society of Singers.

Boston Opera Singer training

A native of Seattle, Washington, she owes much of her captivating stage presence to her extensive training in classical ballet, and made her professional debut in the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s The Nutcracker at the age of nine. This Boston Opera Singer has also studied ballet, tap, jazz, and musical theatre at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, and at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota from which she also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

As a versatile actress, this Boston Opera Singer recently made her professional theatre debut at the American Repertory Theatre of Cambridge, as “Simonetta,” a classically sung and and spoken role, in the world premiere of Stephen Greenblatt and Charles Mee’s Cardenio.

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