Born in Chicago, prize-winning pianist Ada Arumeh Kim Lowery works as a freelance musician in New York City.
Currently residing in Philadelphia, Mezzo Soprano Alice is a current Resident Artist with The Academy of Vocal Arts.
Korean pianist Bin Yu Sanford is a first-year studio pianist and coach at the Houston Grand Opera.
Chinese countertenor Chuanyuan Liu has recently performed with Orchestra Now, The Broad Street Orchestra, and was a featured artist with Fill In the Blank Ensemble.
CodyRay Caho (she/they/he) is an American baritone and queer performance artist working towards equity and creative joy in herself and surrounding commuities.
David S. Leong is a speaker, trainer, and author. He is the only person in the United States who is certified conflict resolution trainer and a certified fight master.
Filipino American soprano Diana Schwam is a Master's candidate at Bard College Conservatory of Music.
Born and raised in a diverse multicultural background, Esme Wong is a Malaysian pianist who grew up speaking three languages and lived in three countries.
British-Singaporean mezzo-soprano Fleur Barron is a passionate interpreter of chamber music, concert works, and opera ranging from the baroque to the contemporary.
Helen Zhibing Huang is a Chinese-born soprano and a co-founder of Wear Yellow Proudly. She has performed with organizations such as Portland Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Nashville Opera, Central City Opera, Ravinia Festival, and White Snake Projects.
Originally hailing from Maryland, Ivy Zhou is an operatic soprano, voice and music teacher, and church musician living in Seattle, WA, newly accompanied in life by her cat Cosmo.
Jacob Nydegger is a prizewinning American pianist whose debut album with the Toccata Classics record label received widespread acclaim and was featured in the Classical New Releases: Spotify Picks Playlist.
Janine Morita Colletti is a biracial, bi-genre, bi-coastal actor-singer-director making her mark in the theatre scene as well as the classical music world.
Jason Chun is a writer and spoken word artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He will be starting his MFA in Creative Writing at The New School in fall 2021.
23-year old first-generation Filipino-American Jay Julio (they/them) is a multi-instrumentalist, teacher, and composer-arranger currently based in Harlem.
Jeremy Chan is an Australian pianist and vocal coach based in New York City who also moonlights as a cover pianist for various popular music from Adele to Korean drama songs under the pseudonym Nangman Pianist.
Jesse serves as Music Director of the University of Maryland Repertoire Orchestra and Associate Conductor of Des Moines Metro Opera.
JI YUNG LEE, a graduate from The Juilliard School, is currently Conductor of a virtual concert group Project Tacet, Chief Repetiteur of Victory Hall Opera, and Director of Sing with Hope, Mtree.
Tenor John Matthew Myers, declared an “artist to watch” by Opera News, has rapidly established himself as one of today's exceptional young voices.
Julius Sanchez is a freelance stage manager, photographer, and videographer based in Houston, Texas.
Composer Justine F. Chen draws inspiration from animation, film, theater, classical Indian dance and music, ballet, and contemporary dance.
Artistic Director of Oregon Mozart Players and Associate Artistic Director of American Lyric Theater Maestro Kelly Kuo brings a dynamic versatility and nuance to a diverse repertoire of over 90 operas.
Mezzo-soprano Kristen Choi has been hailed by Opera News as a “powerhouse in the making” for her portrayal of Suzuki in Madama Butterfly.
Lauren Herrmann is a performing artist currently living in Atlanta. She has performed in soloist and ensemble roles as a freelancer in Chicago and with Chicago Repertory Ballet, the Portland Opera, and Point Park University's Conservatory Dance Company.
Leah Hawkins very recently completed the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program at the Metropolitan Opera and is also an alumna of the Cafritz Young Artist Program at Washington National Opera.
Linda Duan received a Bachelor of Music in violin and piano performance from the University of Cincinnati College- Conservatory of Music and continued graduate studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She is a violinist with The Orchestra Now at Bard College.
Ling Ling is a freelance violinist and writer currently living in Brooklyn, NY.
Lyndsey Britten is a dancer, singer, and actor that has recently made the transition from living in Vancouver, BC. to residing in Toronto, ON.
Matthew Ozawa is a stage director, artistic director and educator whose international career spans all artistic disciplines including opera, theater, musical theater, dance, video, world music and visual art.
Michael Lewis (Founder and Artistic Director of Aural Compass Projects) has worked with Opera Philadelphia, Cincinnati Opera, Arizona Opera, Portland Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Tri-Cities Opera, and more.
Mimi Hilaire is a singer who graduated from Mannes College and is slated to sing Macbeth with Knoxville Opera in the coming year. She also performs with a jazz band called Mimi and the Podd Brothers.
Nicholas Phan is an American lyric tenor who has performed internationally with orchestras such as New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and more.
Pauline Tan is a Filipino mezzo-soprano whose deep love for poetry and song has taken her across the globe to pursue a career in music.
Hailed by the New York Times as a “striking mezzo soprano” and by the San Francisco Chronicle for her “electrifying sense of fearlessness,”
Pianist Ryan MacEvoy McCullough, has developed a diverse career as a soloist, vocal and instrumental collaborator, composer, recording artist, and pedagogue.
A member of the Theater Kiel Oper Ensemble, Singaporean-Canadian Baritone Samuel Chan loves connecting to his cultural roots and advocating for racial and cultural representation through music-making.
Sam Lim is an award-winning educator and activist working at the intersection of LGBTQ advocacy, non-profit leadership, and K-12/higher education.
British-born Sequoia has regularly worked for such companies as the Royal Opera House and Portland Opera.
Triple threat Canadian tenor Spencer Britten, an emerging talent praised for having “the poise and confidence of a seasoned professional” (Bachtrack) and boasting a “full voice and ringing tone” (La Scena Musicale).
Originally from Clinton, New York, Chinese-American mezzo soprano, foodie and cat mom Sun-Ly Pierce is currently a Studio Artist at the Houston Grand Opera.
Susan Zhang is a pianist and the co-director of The Concert Truck, a mobile concert venue that takes music out of the hall and brings it to people where they are. She is also on faculty at the Peabody Conservatory.
Tamar Greene is the current George Washington in the Broadway company of HAMILTON. Prior to joining the Broadway company, Tamar played the role of George Washington in the Chicago company of Hamilton for a year and a half through its closing.
Collaborative pianist Ting Ting Wong is a vocal coach and accompanist in the Philadelphia area. She works with the Curtis Institute of Music, the Academy of Vocal Arts, the Mendelssohn Chorus of Philadelphia, and with student singers at Haverford and Bryn Mawr colleges.
With a strong background in classical music and a great passion for cinema, Chinese composer Weijun Chen traverses between the world of film music and concert music.