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Natalie Young

Natalie Young

Dazzling audiences with her light lyric coloratura voice, soprano Natalie Young has performed in the United States and Germany, most recently singing Micaëla in Carmen with Munich’s Leonhardi Ensemble and Adina in L’elisir d’amore with Opera Naples. She was a finalist for the American Prize – Women in Opera Professional Division in 2017 and is the two-time St. Louis Chapter Winner of the National Society of Arts and Letters Dorothy Lincoln-Smith Vocal Competition. Ms. Young has sung principal roles and performed in scenes programs with the Bel Canto Summer Voice Program in Munich, Opera in the Ozarks, Lawrence Opera Theatre, Kansas City Opera Institute, Westchester Summer Vocal Institute, and The Theater in the Park. She enjoys singing oratorio repertoire and most recently sang as soloist in Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem and Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater with Heartland Sings and Handel’s Dixit Dominus with the Palm Beach Symphony. Natalie currently works as the Soprano Principal Vocal Artist at Heartland Sings.

Credits:
OPERA/MUSICAL THEATRE: Micaëla (Carmen); Frasquita (Carmen); Adina (L’elisir d’amore); Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflöte); Therese (Der Hochzeitsbraten); Mabel (The Pirates of Penzance); Tytania (A Midsummer Night’s Dream); Hanna (The Merry Widow); Barbarina (Le nozze di Figaro); Mother Abbess (The Sound of Music); Monica (The Medium); Robin (Godspell)

ORATORIO: Ein deutsches Requiem (Brahms); Stabat Mater (Pergolesi); Dixit Dominus (Handel); Gloria (Vivaldi); Messiah (Handel); St. John Passion (Bach); Messe Basse (Fauré); Various Cantatas (Bach)

Education:
Master of Music in Voice Performance, University of Missouri – Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance
Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance, Belmont University
Resident Artist, Opera Naples
Apprentice Artist, Opera in the Ozarks

 Preferred styles: opera, oratorio, musical theatre, choral, early music

Special abilities: choral workshops, conducting, worship music/praise band, diction coaching (German, French, Italian, Latin), early choral music

 Website: www.natalieyoungsoprano.com

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