Christina Kay

Soprano Christina Kay is a versatile singer with a particular enthusiasm for early and contemporary music. She was recently seen as Daphne in David Chesky’s new satirical opera, La Farranucci, and as Lead Singer in Petr Kotik’s chamber opera, Master-Pieces, for which she was praised for portraying a “vital, intelligent, generous and deeply rewarding” Gertrude Stein. Christina has enjoyed collaborations with Wisconsin’s Fresco Opera Theatre, where she premiered the role of Young Clara in a new dramatic production about Clara Schumann, featuring the music of the Schumanns and Brahms. She also appeared with Fresco as Gretel in a garage opera outreach of Hansel and Gretel, and as a Mermaid-Alien in a Star Wars-themed Rinaldo. Other roles include Dalinda in Ariodante, Second Woman and First Witch in Dido and Aeneas, and First Spirit in Die Zauberflöte. An active soloist and chorister, Christina has sung with many professional groups and enjoys her weekly position at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church.

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Angela Dixon

Soprano Angela Dixon is faculty of music at Ethical Culture School in Manhattan and holds a certificate in the Kodály method of music education. She currently studies voice with Hilda Harris, professor of music at the Manhattan School of Music. Angela holds a Bachelor of Musical Arts in voice performance from the University of Michigan, where she studied with Emeritus Dean Willis Patterson. Patterson compiled the Anthology of Art Songs by Black American Composers with Angela organizing and distributing this landmark song collection. Angela holds an M.A. in dance history and cultural studies from New York University. She combined her love of music and dance in her Masters thesis performance, exploring the intersection between flamenco and African-American music as she delved into the poetry of Langston Hughes and Federico Garcia Lorca. She is the proud mother of two daughters Luna (4) and Rose (1) and enjoys making music with them and her husband David.

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Alaina Logee

Mezzo Alaina Logee is a returning member of the Cantanti Project, previously seen in Alcina, Spring's Awakening, and Her Story. Most recently she has performed roles such as the Countess in Le nozze di Figaro and the title role of Suor Angelica with New York Lyric Opera.  She has performed with Des Moines Metro Opera, Sarasota Opera, and Siena Summer Music Festival. Miss Logee is a graduate of Texas Tech University and is currently a student of Mark Oswald.

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