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 60 performances in operatic and solo concert repertoire, including invited appearances in the United States, Greece, England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, Austria, and Poland. Her performances encompass a diverse output, most recently including: Carmina Burana with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and Canterbury Voices; Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem with the Norman Philharmonic; Haydn’s Creation with the Haydn Conservatory Orchestra; Beethoven’s Mass in C for a nationally-broadcast service at St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna; Mozart’s Coronation Mass and Laudate dominum at the Szczecin (Poland) Cathedral; Prayer at the ICMC in Athens, Greece; 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 with the Truman State (Missouri) Orchestra; and Stravinsky’s Les noces with the University of Oklahoma Chorale and Oklahoma Festival Ballet. Operatic roles last year include Violetta and Tosca with Painted Sky Opera; other recent notable roles include Alcina, Alice Ford, and Donna Anna. This May, she will perform in the Polish premiere of Voices of Light, inspired by the 1929 Carl Dreyer silent film, The Passion of Joan of Arc, at the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in Poznań, Poland. In August, she will sing Mozart’s Requiem and Haydn’s Harmoniemesse, as the invited soloist of the 44th Annual Classical Music Festival in Eisenstadt, Austria. She was a finalist at the 2014 Metropolitan Opera National Council Regional competition in Kansas City, as well as the first-place winner of Classical Singer Magazine’s summer competition in 2016. Currently, she is a finalist for the prestigious 2018-2019 American Prize in oratorio performance. Notable recent teachers and coaches include: renowned mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne, Metropolitan Opera baritone Kim Josephson, and David Lomelí of Dallas Opera.