Lianne Coble, soprano

As an active concert soloist, soprano Lianne Coble recently made her Carnegie Hall debut, soloing in Haydn's Kleine Orgelmesse and Rutter's Mass for the Children with MidAmerica Productions and the New England Symphonic Ensemble. She has also soloed with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic, Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra, West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Western New York Chamber Orchestra, the Orchard Park Symphony, the Chautauqua Orchestra Ensemble, the Tallahassee Bach Parlay, and has sung at the Bach and Beyond Festival in Fredonia, NY.

Coble has also performed numerous operatic roles with such companies as the Syracuse Opera, Ash Lawn Opera Festival, Berkshire Opera Company, and Opera Colorado, among others. Roles of note include Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, Oscar in Un Ballo in Maschera, Josephine in H.M.S. Pinafore, Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance, Sophie in Werther, and Gianetta in L'Elisir d'Amore. Additionally, Her recital work has taken her throughout the East Coast, including Western New York, Florida, Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York City.

Coble is an active collaborative musician, and is currently on the rosters of the elite Baroque vocal ensemble Musica Sacra, the Alpha Omega Ensemble, and the professional ensemble of the Church of St. Ignacius Loyola in New York City, for their "Sacred Music in a Sacred Space" series.

Coble holds a Bachelor of Music, cum laude, from State University of New York (SUNY) College at Fredonia, and a Masters of Music from Florida State University. She received further training at the Lake Placid Institute for Music and the Humanities, the Austrian American Mozart Academy, and V.O.I.C.Experience. She was a national finalist in the Jensen Foundation Competition, the American Bach Society Vocal Competition, and Shreveport Opera's Singer of the Year Competition, and was a Regional Winner of the Metropolitan Opera's National Council Auditions.

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