NVE | Soprano
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Emerging American soprano Nicole Van Every is quickly making a name for herself in the realm of opera and concert performance.

Her voice hailed as providing a “stunning feast for the ears,” American soprano Nicole Van Every maintains a rigorous performance schedule across the globe. Her professional resume-to-date includes over 50 performances in operatic and solo concert repertoire. Most recent credits include: Violetta (La Traviata) and Tosca (Tosca) with Painted Sky Opera; Ioannis Andriotis’ Prayer at the ICMC in Athens, Greece, and at the Digital Arts & Music Festival in Lexington, Kentucky; Saint-Saëns’ La Nuit and Bob Chilcott’s Requiem with the Quincy (Illinois) Symphony; Mozart’s Vesperae solennes and Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass with the Oklahoma Master Chorale; Mozart’s Regina coeli at Alice Tully Hall in New York City; Mozart’s Mass in c minor and Vivaldi’s Gloria with the Truman State (Missouri) Symphony; Mozart’s Voi che sapete and Una donna a quindici anni with the Fort Dodge (Iowa) Symphony; Orff’s Carmina Burana and Stravinsky’s Les noces with the University of Oklahoma Chorale and Oklahoma Festival Ballet; and Dubois’ Seven Last Words, Rutter’s Magnificat, Bach’s St. John Passion, Handel’s Messiah, and Saint-Saëns’ Christmas Oratorio, with the Norman (Oklahoma) Philharmonic. This summer, she will be the soprano soloist for Mozart’s Coronation Mass in Poland, and Haydn’s Creation and Beethoven’s Mass in C in Austria. She will sing Carmina with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic at the OKC Civic Center in April 2019. In 2016, she was named the first-place winner of Classical Singer Magazine summer competition. In 2014, she was a finalist at the Metropolitan Opera National Council Regionals. Nicole studies with Metropolitan Opera baritone Kim Josephson, is mentored by mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne, and currently coaches with David Lomelí of Dallas Opera. 

 

contact Nicole at:
nicole.m.vanevery@gmail.com