As a voice teacher and current working singer on the opera stage, Alison Bolshoi brings a world of experience to her students which is evolving as she evolves. Most recently, Ms. Bolshoi's student K-Lynn Jackman was cast as the female lead in The Lion King, on Broadway in NYC. In her studio, Ms. Bolshoi provides myriad tools to singers to enable them to sing at their best under even the worst circumstances. As a performer, Ms. Bolshoi fulfills the Wagner and Verdi repertoire with a vocal radiance and lyricism seldom heard in dramatic voices. Her insightful interpretation and consequent communication of each character makes her presence onstage a mesmerizing experience.
Ms. Bolshoi joined the roster of The San Francisco Opera to cover Senta in Der Fliegende Holländer, and made her debut at La Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona in a concert featuring excerpts from Strauss' Guntram, Reyer's Sigurd, and Schillings' Mona Lisa. She appeared as the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier with the Huntsville Symphony, Alabama, and gave concerts as part of the Bach to Bartok Festival with the Accademia Pianistica, in Imola, Italy. She sang Leonore in Fidelio with One World Symphony, NY, and was the soprano soloist for the Alfredo Silipigni Memorial Concert with the New Jersey State Opera at NJPAC.
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