Brooklyn Snow, soprano, is an emerging artist based in Chicago, IL. A native to Portland, Oregon, she has lived and performed in school productions in Hong Kong, China and Amsterdam, Netherlands.
As a recent graduate of Indiana University, Snow performed in Hänsel und Gretel as the Dew Fairy, as Elvira in L’Italiana in Algeri, as Tytania in A Midsummer Night’ s Dream and as Lisette in La Rondine with IU Opera Theater, en route to receiving her Masters in Music. She also performed the role of Despina in Così fan tutte with Blooming Voce. This summer Snow will debut her first main stage role with Saratoga Opera as Barbarina in Le nozze di Figaro, as well as cover The Fairy in Philip Glass’s opera, The Witches of Venice. In August, she will be singing in the Lyric Opera of Chicago chorus.
This past fall Snow was the district winner of The Metropolitan Opera National Council Audition in the Midwest region. Snow traveled to Salzburg, Austria last summer to perform at the Mozarteum Summer Academy, winning top honors as a prizewinner in the Mozarteum Preizträgerkonzert. Snow has appeared as a soprano soloist with the Indiana Opera Chorus, and the University of Oregon Chamber Choir, and performs the National Anthem regularly at multiple sporting events.
Snow recently graduated with her Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University and was honored with a scholarship from the National Society of Arts and Letters. She attended the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, receiving several scholarships and an Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Voice while receiving her Bachelor’s of Music degree. While there, she studied with Milagro Vargas, performed as a soloist in Stabat Mater under the direction of Matthew Halls, and performed at the Bach Festival. Snow currently studies with the famed Kammersänger, Wolfgang Brendel.