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SOPRANO & SINGING ACTOR
SARA LUCILLE LAW
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Praised for her “…striking stage presence and pinpoint high coloratura.” (South Florida Classical Review), as well as her “…lightness, brightness, and clarity of tone” (Voce di Meche), BroadwayWorld award winning soprano & singing actor Sara Lucille Law was last seen as Amalia Balash in Quisisana Resort's production of the Bock/Harnick music team's She Loves Me. In 2022, Ms.Law will be joining the Resident Company of Victor Herbert Renaissance Project Live!, making company debuts with Garden State Opera and Opera on Tap NYC, and making returns to both Quisisana Resort as a Guest Artist, and to Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre as a Principal Artist, performing as Frasquita (Carmen), Papagena (The Magic Flute), and Amalia Balash (cover, She Loves Me). Previous roles also include Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Monica (The Medium), Tytania (A Midsummer Night's Dream), Zerlina and Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), April in Company (2019 BroadwayWorld Best Actress Nominee), Johanna in Sweeney Todd (2018 BroadwayWorld Best Actress Winner), La fée (Cendrillon), and Miss Wordsworth (Albert Herring).
Equally at home on the concert stage, Ms. Law made her company debut with Peach State Opera in June of 2021 as one of seven featured singers on their first virtual presentation of their annual Operatizers! tour, performing scenes as Susanna, Adele, and Gretel. At the end of 2019, Sara was seen as the soprano soloist in Handel's Messiah with the Eureka Ensemble, and in the holiday season of 2018, she made her debut with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra as the soprano soloist on their annual Holiday Pops! concert. She returned in the spring of 2019 to the CSO as the soprano I soloist for their presentation of Bach's Mass in B minor. Ms. Law is also a core member of the internationally acclaimed Taylor Festival Choir, where she has sung the soprano solo in Mozart’s Laudate Dominum under the baton of Dr. Joseph Flummerfelt, as well as the soprano I solo's in Monteverdi's motet, Beatus Vir, Vaughan William’s Serenade to Music, and Bach's Jesu, meine Freude. In the spring of 2020, Ms. Law was due to make her debut with the Falmouth Chorale, performing as the soprano soloist in Arnesen's Magnificat. However, the performance was postponed due to COVID-19.
No stranger to the competition circuit, Ms. Law was recently named a finalist in the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston's 2022 Career Grant Competition. In 2021, she was awarded the "Audience Favorite" prize in the Artist Division of the National Opera Association's prestigious Carolyn Bailey & Dominick Argento Vocal Competition, and was subsequently named a national finalist in both the Comic Opera Guild's 2021 Harold Haugh Light Opera Vocal Competition, and, the Professional division of the American Prize's 2021 Friedrich and Virginia Schorr Memorial Award in Voice: Opera & Operetta competition. Additionally, she was a national semi-finalist in the Young Artist division of the 2021 Orpheus Vocal Competition, as well as an international semi-finalist in the 2021 Lyra New York International Vocal Competition. Strongly finishing out her 2020 competition season, Ms. Law was the "Audience Favorite" award winner in Piccola Opera's 2020 New Hampshire Opera Idol Competition, in addition to receiving a contract to perform the role of Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro with the company in the 2021/2022 season. Moreover, Sara was a 2020 international finalist in the Classical Singer Competition (Emerging Professional / Young Artist division) and Opera Ithaca's highly competitive Edward M. Murray International Competition of Voice. In 2019, Ms. Law quickly gained recognition after performing as a national semi-finalist in Artist Division of the first annual Camille Coloratura Awards.
2020 brought several challenges, cancellations, and schedule delays to many working artists, to which Ms. Law was no exception. However, amidst all of this, the pandemic did not prevent her from performing and telling stories. With the postponement of live theatre, Sara appeared in multiple virtual productions and concerts. Credits from this period include Dater #4 (Dancer) in the virtual world premiere of Michael Ching's (Zoom) Speed Dating Tonight!, presented by Brevard Music Center, the Voice of the Water in Lori Laitman's Uncovered with City Lyric Opera (world premiere), the soprano I soloist in Helena Michelson's The Mysteries with Christman Opera Company (world premiere), and a guest artist appearance on the RTVI Network.
Ms. Law has additionally been a Young Artist with The Janiec Opera Company at Brevard Music Center, Mannes Opera, and Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, as well as an Apprentice Artist with Miami Music Festival and a Company Artist with Moon River Opera. She holds a Bachelor’s of Music from The New England Conservatory, and a Master’s of Music from The Mannes School of Music.