Sara Crigger, Voice

Mezzo-soprano Sara Crigger has been praised for her “rich mezzo-soprano voice” and “flawless comic timing.” A few of her operatic credits include Nicklausse in Les contes D ‘Hoffman, Dorabella in Così fan tutte, and Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro. Ms. Crigger has appeared as a soloist with Middle Tennessee Choral Society, Nashville Collegiate Orchestra, and with the Austin Peay Symphony Orchestra. Most recently, Ms. Crigger appeared with Marble City Opera as Addison Moore in the stage premier of The Copper Queen.

A lover of contemporary music, Sara has made a concerted effort to work with living composers on a regular basis. She has been fortunate to premiere works such as Rachel Devore Fogarty’s “As the Rain Hides the Stars” and Darryl Nettles’ Harlem Shadows. Most recently, Sara had the honor of singing the mezzo solos in Andrea Clearfield’s Women of Valor and the Tennessee premier of Peter Dayton’s May She, She May.

Sara received her Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA and completed her Master of Music in Vocal Performance at Austin Peay State University. She has also attended the Crittendon Opera workshop and has appeared as an Apprentice Artist with Miami Summer Music Festival. A musician who crosses styles freely, Sara has performed at CMA Fest and the BMI Awards as well as appearing as a soloist for Ravel’s Shéhérazade and numerous recitals.

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