I am a recent graduate from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with degrees in Vocal Performance and Spanish and Portuguese Studies, and a minor in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. In the University of Minnesota Opera Theatre program, I sang the role of Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Bride in April Showers, and covered the role of Barbarina in Le nozze di Figaro. I am an avid recitalist with a deep-seated passion for art song. During my time at the University of Minnesota, I programmed 5 recitals, and I participated in the Barcelona Festival of Song in Spain in 2013, digging deeper into repertoire in Spanish, Portuguese, and Catalan. Most recently, I took part in the MN Duo program of Source Song Festival in Minneapolis.
As a chamber musician I’ve enjoyed singing with ensembles locally and abroad. In Toledo, Spain I sang with the Conservatório de J. Guerrero’s choir, and performed as a soloist in their Holy Week concert at the Catedral de Toledo. In the Twin Cities I sang in the University Singers at the U of M, as the Choral Scholar at Calvin Presbyterian Church, and in MPLS (imPulse) festival choir. This year I will be singing in the MN Chorale and I will be a soprano section leader at the Cathedral in St. Paul.
Although I primarily sing classical repertoire, I have experience singing jazz and improvisation. In 2014, I was as a soloist with the U of M Big Band at the University of Minnesota Jazz Festival. As an artist I am dedicated to creating and experimenting with music of all kinds.
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