(She/Her) Alexis believes that artists have a responsibility to encourage social change with their platforms as well as be people who proceed daily with sensitivity, kindness and authenticity. 
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Madama Butterfly
Kate Pinkerton
The Atlanta Opera

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Alexis Seminario

Italian-American soprano Alexis Seminario is a singer-artist dedicated to sharing stories that empower people and inspire vulnerability. 

Alexis is looking at an exciting 2022-2023 season with The Atlanta Opera. Season credits include: Kate Pinkerton, Cover (Madama Butterfly), Donna Anna, Cover (Don Giovanni), Ensemble (Candide), Woglinde, Cover (Das Rheingold). This past summer, Alexis participated as an apprentice artist with Des Moines Metro Opera where she covered the role of Rose in the company’s highly anticipated premiere of A Thousand Acres. As an apprentice, she also appeared in scenes from Mazzoli’s Proving Up as Ma Zegner, Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte and Helmwige in Die Walküre. Alexis will return to DMMO this upcoming summer to cover the leading role, Soldier, in The Falling and The Rising. In the 2020-2021 season, she appeared as Monica in Bard College Conservatory’s production of The Medium, as well as Frau Fluth in their German Aria Scenes program, which premiered virtually. Alexis had the honor of being a part of Bard SummerScape’s inaugural apprenticeship program where she appeared as a page in their production of Le roi Arthus (King Arthur) by Ernest Chausson. Her other operatic role experience includes Atalanta in Handel’s Xerxes with Chautauqua Institution, Lusya in Moscow Cheryomushki with Manhattan School of Music and Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Chautauqua Institution. Alexis is a proud alum of the Houston Grand Opera: Young Artists Vocal Academy.

Creating projects that inspire social change, shine light on stories that aren't told as often, and telling stories in unique and different ways is a pursuit that Alexis takes seriously. In December of 2021, Alexis partnered with mezzo-soprano Sarah Rauch to create a a recital program which celebrates the lives and relationships of queer women. Queerness has always has always been present in classical music, but rarely is a queer love story openly and unapologetically shared through a classical idiom. Despite this lack of tangible representation, there are a magnitude of deeply beautiful, compelling, and thrilling stories to be told. The concert was filmed in the drawing room of Hyde Park’s Vanderbilt Mansion.

Concert work is another passion for Alexis. In September 2022, she will perform the Soprano solo in Dvořák’s Te Deum with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra led by Valentina Peleggi. Other concert credits include: the Soprano soloist in the Fisher Center’s performance of Brahms’ German Requiem as well as being a featured recitalist in Bard Music Festival’s Nadia Boulanger and Her World & Rachmaninoff and His World. Alexis is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music where she was given several awards and acknowledgments both musically and academically. In 2018-2019 she was awarded the Presser Scholar scholarship through The Presser Foundation for musical and academic achievement. In 2018 she performed as a soloist in Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy for MSM’s centennial concert celebrating the opening of Neidorff Karpati Hall. This winter, Alexis was named one the semifinalists of The Annapolis Opera Vocal Competition. In the Spring of 2021 she also had the honor of being awarded the Shirley Rabb Winston Voice Scholarship as well as placing second in the 2021 ENY/NATS Virtual Art Song Festival. She is a recent recipient of an Anna Sosenko Assist Trust Grant. Alexis recently graduated with her Master’s degree at the Bard College Conservatory Vocal Arts Program where she studied with Richard Cox.