Current Professional Bio
Soprano Mishelle Cipriani hails from Chicago’s south suburbs. Her most recent roles include Mme Beurrefondu in Offenbach’s Mesdames de la Halle and La Fée in Viardot’s Cendrillon with New Moon Opera in Chicago. This summer, in addition to performing as Soprano 1 in the Little Women Quartet and studying Amy, she will perform the roles of Almirena from Rinaldo and First Lady from The Magic Flute. Other programs she has participated in include Russian Opera Workshop, Bay View Music Festival, and Angels Vocal Art. Her past roles include Olga in Rusalka (Dargomyzhsky), Le Bottier in Les Bavards (Offenbach), and First Spirit in The Magic Flute. In addition to solo work, she performs choral work with Apollo Chorus of Chicago occasionally singing solos with them in concert. She received her Bachelors in Music from Moody Bible Institute and will begin her Masters in Vocal Performance in the fall.