Soprano Carli M.  is equally at home in opera, operetta, musical, and straight theatre. She recently finished her Masters of Music from the number one music school in the country, Eastman School of Music, and she is already performing in both New York City and Boston.  She is excited to perform with Boston Mestro Opera and she will also make her New York debut in Apollo Opera’s Le 66, an Offenbach operetta, as Grittly.  A native of Connecticut, Carli received her Bachelors of Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, where she performed Mary Turner in Of Thee I Sing, Hope in Urinetown, and Juliana in Argento’s The Aspern Papers. While at Eastman, she was featured in events and recitals nationwide.  She performed with the Ohio Light Opera in 2010 and 2012, where she was featured as Phyllis in Iolanthe, Mascha in The Chocolate Soldier, and Bellabruna in Blossom Time. She is looking forward to being on her first professional recording, as Bellabruna in Blossom Time, which should be out later this year.

Carli has worked with men and women of all ages and levels and loves to tailor her approach to each individual that she works with.  She believes that everyone can learn to use their voice in a healthy and fulfilling way, and that studying voice builds character and confidence in addition to just learning to sing well. Due to her extensive experience on stage, she is also an excellent drama coach and believes in integrating that into her lessons because it makes for better singing and performance.