Biography of Musica Bella Orchestra guest Sarah Hoeppner

Soprano Sarah Hoeppner is from Indiana. She received her bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from the University of South Florida. She has extensive concert experience in oratorios and recitals, and recently completed a year-long tour of the United States and Europe with the Up With People World Smart Program, along with a DePauw University concert in Carnegie Hall.
      Ms. Hoeppner also recently attended the Bel Canto Institute, where she studied the bel canto style with coaches from the Metropolitan Opera. Her repertoire includes Suzanna (Marriage of Figaro), Witch No. 1 (Macbeth), Nanetta (Falstaff), and the Chinese Teacup/Squirrel (L’Enfant et les Sortileges), as well as ensemble work in Otello, Suor Angelica, and Tannhäuser. She currently resides in New York and studies voice with Shirlee Emmons.
      Ms. Hoeppner was a soloist with Musica Bella on September 8 and 9, 2007, and will do it again in our performances of the Bach B-Minor Mass on January 26 and 27, 2008.

Musica Bella concerts: September 8, 2007; September 9, 2007; January 26, 2008; January 27, 2008

This bio last updated August 4, 2007