Ann-Marie Iacoviello

Soprano Ann-Marie Iacoviello is a first year graduate student at Boston University where she studies with Phyllis Hoffman. Ann-Marie is a recent graduate of Ithaca College where she obtained a B.M. Voice Performance and was in the studio of Marc Webster. This season, Ann-Marie is making her debut with the Boston University Opera Institute in the role of Emmie (Albert Herring) and Movement Ensemble (Pélleas et Mélisande). Other roles include Flora (The Turn of the Screw) with DC Public Opera and Johanna (Sweeney Todd) with Macabre Theater Ensemble. She has also been seen on the opera stage in the ensemble of Opera Ithaca’s productions, Don Giovanni, and Die Entführung aus dem Serail. She has been featured in opera scenes programs in the roles of Adina, Amy (Little Women), Donna Anna, Fiordiligi, Elizabeth Baby Doe, Norina, Lucia (The Rape of Lucretia), and Alcina. On the concert stage, Ann-Marie recently performed the soprano solo in Ešenvalds’ Passion and Resurrection with the Boston University Symphonic Chorus and Symphony Orchestra Strings and was featured as the soprano soloist in the Bach Magnificat with the Ithaca Baroque Orchestra. Ann-Marie received first prize in the CNYFL-NATS competition (4th/5th year women’s division) and was a finalist in Opera Ithaca’s Edward M. Murray International Competition of Voice.

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On the concert stage, Ann-Marie recently performed the soprano solo in Ešenvalds’ Passion and Resurrection with the Boston University Symphonic Chorus and Symphony Orchestra Strings and was featured as the soprano soloist in the Bach Magnificat with the Ithaca Baroque Orchestra. Ann-Marie received first prize in the CNYFL-NATS competition (4th/5th year women’s division) and was a finalist in Opera Ithaca’s Edward M. Murray International Competition of Voice.