Schyler Sheltrown

SOPRANO

"REGNAVA NEL SILENCIO"
Lucia di Lammermoor - Donizetti
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"SEXTET (LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR)"
Opera Without Walls - Episode 3
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Schyler Sheltrown

(she/her) Schyler Sheltrown is a soprano hailing from Mattawan, Michigan. Heralded as one of “the country’s most vibrant up-and-coming singers” and “a lovely lyric soprano” by the Toledo Blade for her title role in The Ballad of Baby Doe, you have likely heard her in performances across the Great Lakes Region.

Holland Symphony Orchestra
Soprano soloist, Beethoven 9, 2022
Kor Productions
Leila, Pearl Fishers, 2021
Pittsburgh Festival Opera
Young Artist, 2020, 2021
Opera Grand Rapids
Singing In Place Series, 2020
Toledo Opera
Baby Doe, 2019
Michigan Opera Theatre
The Page, Rigoletto, 2017
Michigan State University
Master of Music, 2014-2016
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Schedule

Symphony No 9
Beethoven

Holland Symphony Orchestra, 2022


Pearl Fishers
Leila, Bizet

Kor Productions, 2021

Biography

Schyler Sheltrown is a soprano hailing from Mattawan, Michigan. Heralded as one of “the country’s most vibrant up-and-coming singers” and “a lovely lyric soprano” by the Toledo Blade for her title role in The Ballad of Baby Doe, you have likely heard her in performances across the Great Lakes Region. These performances include the roles of Pamina in The Magic Flute, Musetta in La boheme, Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutte, Romilda in Serse, Mabel in Pirates of Penzance, The Page in Rigoletto, and Mrs. Hayes in Susannah. She has also performed as the soprano soloist in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, Mozart’s Requiem, and Debussy’s La damoiselle élue. She also had the pleasure of voicing Joan of Arc as a soprano soloist in Voices of Light with the Rackham Choir at the Detroit Film Theatre. She was a finalist in the Harold Haugh Light Opera Vocal Competition (2017) and, in the same year, lent her talents to The Library of Congress through the Comic Opera Guild for the first recording of The Free Lance by John Philip Sousa. She has received national recognition, gaining an Encouragement Award in the Michigan District of the Metropolitan Opera Council Auditions in 2015 and 2016, First Place in the Scholarship Division of the National Opera Association's solo voice competition (2014), as well as numerous other competitions and prizes.