Lisa, soprano, is a native of the Washington D.C. area and a graduate of Oberlin College and Conservatory, The Yale School of Music, and Teachers College Columbia University. Her varied repertoire includes opera, oratorio, contemporary music and musical theater. She has performed multiple leading roles in Mozart operas including Queen of the Night - Magic Flute, Fiordiligi - Cosi Fan Tutte, Donna Anna -Don Giovanni and Konstanze - Abduction from the Seraglio. Ironically, she is happy not to be making a sound in Amadeus, because sometimes it’s nice not to have to worry about your voice.
Lisa has performed locally with Greater Worcester Opera, New England Gilbert and Sullivan Society and the Concord Players with whom she performed the role of Mother Abbess in the 2013 DASH award winning production of The Sound of Music. She has also sung with Opera Theater of St. Louis, Bear Valley Music Festival, Grand Teton Music Festival, the Banff Music Center and Sarasota Opera where she was awarded the Richard F. Gold Career Grant. In addition to singing, Lisa is a speech language pathologist and autism consultant who works for the Boston Public Schools.