Style: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
Title: Adjunct Professor of Voice at Lone Star College-Montgomery
Bio: American Soprano Sarah Łysiak is an Adjunct Professor of Voice at Lone Star College-Montgomery, Director of Choral Activities at Hosanna Lutheran Church in Houston, Texas, and a Chorister with the Houston Grand Opera. Ms. Łysiak is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and maintains an active teaching studio throughout the Greater Houston area. She is also actively involved in the TMEA All State Choir audition process, and frequently coaches and adjudicates students within the organization. Equally at home on stage, her recent operatic engagements have included the roles of Newswoman in Portrait TV Man, Mimí in La Bohème, Marianne in Der Rosenkavalier, Alice Ford in Falstaff, Matilde Neruda in Il Postino, First Lady in The Magic Flute, La Baronne in La Vie Parisienne, Lady Billows in Albert Herring, and Fiordiligi in Cosí fan tutte. Ms. Łysiak has been a featured soloist in concert performances of Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb, Mozart’s Great Mass in C, and Vivaldi’s Gloria. Ms. Łysiak is a part of the soprano and organ chamber duo, ŁysiakGing, and collaborates with concert organist and husband, Michael David Ging. Ms. Łysiak is a graduate of the acclaimed opera program at the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music, and received her undergraduate training from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Ms. Łysiak has sung with notable organizations such as the A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute, Piedmont Opera, Moores Opera Center, Opera in the Ozarks, Houston Ballet, and Houston Grand Opera.
Voice Type: Soprano
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am available as a performer; I am currently accepting private students; I am available as a clinician or presenter; I accept students through a college or university program