A native of Beaverton, Oregon, Soprano Brooklyn Snow is a rising international artist with extensive performance experience in both Europe and the United States. This past October, Ms. Snow was a finalist in Eugene Opera’s Diva Cage Match, and is thrilled to be joining the company for the New Year's Eve Special. For the 2020/21 season, Ms. Snow will be a Chrisman Studio Artist with Opera Santa Barbara, performing the roles of Amy in Little Women, Annina (covering Violetta) in La Traviata and covering Marie in La fille du Régiment. She returns to Union Avenue Opera this summer to sing the roles of Olympia, Giuliette and Antonia in Les Contes d’Hoffmann. This past spring, Ms. Snow sang her first Adina in L’elisir d’amore with Opera Bend, and in June 2021 will reprise the role with The Southern Illinois Music Festival. In August she will tour as a featured soloist in the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra’s summer concert series with her husband, tenor, Matthew Greenblatt. Prior to COVID19, she was scheduled to debut at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall, and at Carnegie Hall as the soprano soloist for Choirs of America’s Emerging Artists Series, and hopes to be performing there in 2021.
In the summer of 2019, Ms. Snow performed as Cunegonde alongside renowned soprano Christine Brewer in an inspired staging of Candide to open Union Avenue Opera’s 25th season, receiving excellent reviews and an Outstanding Achievement in Opera award nomination from St. Louis Theater Circle for her performance.
Ms. Snow earned her MM in Vocal Performance from Indiana University, and her BM at the University of Oregon in 2013.