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Described by the Washington Post as a “passionate and lovely…sensitive … provocative” singer, soprano Alice Dillon has appeared as a soloist locally and across the United States. This past fall, she sang the role of Elizabeth Keckley with the Mannasas Chorale in “Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory: A Civil War Musical”. She was the soprano soloist in 2007 for the Kennedy Center Messiah Sing on the concert hall stage. Since 2008 she has been a soloist in concerts with The Washington Performing Arts Society. She has been a soloist with the Capital Wind Symphony in Schlesinger Concert Hall and sang the soprano solo in the Brahms Requiem with NOVA Manassas Symphony & Community Chorale. She has also been a soloist in concerts with Annapolis Opera, the Washington
Performing Arts Society and the Illiana Oratorio Society. Other appearances include The Lake George Opera, Light Opera Works, The Boston Lyric Opera, The Chicago Lyric Opera, The Chicago Symphony Chorus, and The Washington National Opera.

She has performed the roles of Voice of Heaven in Don Carlo with Da Corneto Opera Ensemble, Frasquita in Carmen with the American Opera Group in Chicago, the Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors with the Deep Ellum Opera Theatre in Dallas, and Pamina and Pappagena in The Magic Flute with Opera New England. Other roles include Servilia and the 2nd lady with the IN Series, as well as Zemfira in the Russian opera Aleko, Countess Ceprano, Giovanna and the Page in Rigoletto with Bel Cantanti.

Ms. Dillon received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Education from the University of Maryland and her Masters of Music Degree in Voice from the New England Conservatory. Ms. Dillon completed her Doctorate of Musical Arts in Voice from the Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Soprano Alice Dillon was moody and sensitive as Clara singing “Summertime,” and
deeply sorrowful as Serena in “My Man’s Gone Now.” Washington Post – Mark J. Estren

Dillon’s “S’altro che lagrime” from “La Clemenza di Tito” was passionate and lovely. Washington Post– Joan Reinthaler

….Dillon is an attractive, provocative Zemphira,….(Bel Cantanti’s Aleko by Rachmaninoff) Washington Post– Joseph McLellan

 

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