Elizabeth Wiley


Elizabeth Wiley

About Elizabeth Wiley

Soprano Elizabeth Wiley is a native of York, Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in May 2020 with a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance as a student of Dr. Jean McDonald. During her time there, she played the roles of the Duchess from scenes from The Gondoliers by Gilbert and Sullivan (2017), Donna Elvira in a scene from Don Giovanni by Mozart (2018), and Grace Kelly in scenes from Jackie O by Michael Daugherty (2018). She also performed the role of Atalanta from Handel’s Serse in 2019.
Elizabeth studied vocal performance at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music under the tutelage of renowned mezzo-soprano, Catherine Cook. She was a James Schwabacher scholarship recipient, and received her Bachelor’s degree in May of 2017. Elizabeth was also awarded the Sultner-Wells Memorial Scholarship in 2016 from the York Symphony Orchestra in York, Pennsylvania. In the same year, Elizabeth attended the Summer Opera Studio at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio, studying with Amy Johnson, Bill McGraw, and Vince Degeorge. She played the Monitor in a scene from Suor Angelica.

In 2015, Elizabeth attended the Musiktheater Bavaria program in Oberaudorf, Germany where she studied with soprano Barbara Honn. She spent the summer studying various roles and performing in different areas of Germany. In 2011, Elizabeth also attended the prestigious Tanglewood Institute summer program in Lenox, Massachusetts, and the Opera Institute at American University run by the Washington National Opera in 2012.

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