Olivia Currier is a mezzo-soprano from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She currently resides in Lubbock, Texas, studying vocal performance and music education at Texas Tech University under the mentorship of Dr. Rebecca Hays. She grew up singing in choirs and performing in musicals and plays. Her rich tone in the world of musical theatre brought her roles such as Allana in The Little Mermaid Jr., the Evil Stepmother in Disney’s Cinderella Kids, ensemble performances in 9 to 5: The Musical, and Baroness Elsa von Schraeder in The Sound of Music. On the opera stage, she has been seen as the Second Witch in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, Madame de Croissy in Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites, Shirley Kaplan in Kurt Weill’s Street Scene, and chorus roles in Mozart’s Die Zauberflote and Gluck’s Orfeo et Euridice. In the choral realm, she has sung professionally with the Quintessence Choral Artists of the Southwest, alongside the Voces8 Scholars and with guest artists such as New York-based composer Robert Cohen. She has recently been awarded as a Finalist in the 2020 Panhandle NATS division in the Junior Women’s category. When she isn’t singing or performing, she is a teacher of voice and piano.
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