Our Teachers – Lindsay Espinosa
Voice and Piano Instructor
Soprano Lindsay Espinosa has been praised for “[handling] difficult coloratura passages with the ease of a true professional, and all the high notes too.” (Opera Pronto). This emerging performer is a recent graduate of Colorado State University, where she earned a Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance. During her studies in Colorado, she was an apprentice artist with Opera Fort Collins and performed Adina, Young Heidi and Laurie in their abridged productions of Elixir of Love, Follies, and The Tender Land. She also competed in the Denver Lyric Opera Guild’s voice competition where she was awarded an honorable mention.
In 2016, Ms. Espinosa traveled to Florida to participate in the Miami Music Festival, where she performed in their Broadway and Opera Aria Night performances as well as singing the role of Le Feu in its production of L’enfant et les sortilèges. After this festival, Ms. Espinosa traveled to Mezzano, Italy, where she sang the role of Adele in the Music Academy International’s production of Die Fledermaus. In winter 2017, Ms. Espinosa performed in the ensemble and covered the role of First Lady in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte with Opera AACC in Maryland. Ms. Espinosa has also had the pleasure of singing in the Annapolis Chorale for their 2016-2017 season and was a featured performer in their performance of Oklahoma! as well as a soloist for their concert Music for a New World II. She is performing as the soprano soloist for the Bach+ Series’ performances of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio this winter and will perform the role of Lily in the Annapolis Chorale’s production of The Secret Garden.