Sherri Seiden, soprano, has experienced a whirlwind year with several high points that have propelled her around the globe. In March of this year, she performed as a soloist with the Liaoning Symphony in Shenyang, China, with Peter McCoppin, conductor. She recently made her Carnegie Hall debut with Mid-America Productions singing as soprano soloist both the Brahms and Rutter Requiems with John Rutter, conductor. She also had a Solo Recital debut in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. In January 2007 Ms. Seiden will debut with Attila Glatz Concerts in Ontario, Canada.
The first place winner of the Regional Metropolitan Opera competition, Ms. Seiden roles include Rosina ("Il Barbiere di Siviglia" with Florida's Treasure Coast Opera), Amor (Gluck's "Orfeo" with Chattanooga Symphony and Opera), Queen of the Night ("The Magic Flute"), Stella ("Street Car Named Desire" with Capitol City Opera, Atlanta), etc. She has also performed with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra, the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Toronto Festival Orchestra, the Hamilton Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Pops Orchestra, and most recently with the Liaoning Symphony in Shenyang, China. Lover of opera, oratorio, and the musical theater, she was featured as Christine in the European Tour of "The Phantom of the Opera," and was part of a long running production of "Beauty and the Beast" at the Schubert Theater in Los Angeles.
Ms. Seiden earned her Bachelor of Music degree from the Boston Conservatory and went on to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She also studied with Professor Rudolf Knoll at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. She completed a post-graduate program with the University of Toronto's Opera Division.