Ariana Warren
(She/Her) Ariana Warren is a promising mezzo-soprano from Long Island, NY. In 2020, she was a young artist at The Glimmerglass Festival where she was slated to cover Isabel Leonard as "Maria" in The Sound of Music. She was an apprentice artist with Opera Ithaca in the 2016-17 season. She has also performed with Canto Vocal Programs, Opera Viva, The Wesley Balk Opera/Music-Theater Institute, and Opera Night Long Island.
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Ariana Warren

​In The Glimmerglass Festival 2020 season, Ariana was slated to cover Isabel Leonard as “Maria” in The Sound of Music, cover “Zerlina” in Don Giovanni and sing in the chorus of Wagner’s Die Feen. Before pursuing her graduate studies, Ariana was an apprentice artist with Opera Ithaca in their 2016-17 season. She has participated in Canto Vocal Programs, Opera Viva! in Verona, Italy and The Wesley Balk Opera/Music Theater Institute. In 2018, Ariana received the Encouragement Award in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. Her talents have also been recognized when placing first in the CNYFL-NATS Competition Junior and Sophomore Women categories and was a recipient of the Opera Club of Syracuse Award through the Civic Morning Musicals Competition. She won the Ithaca College Concerto Competition and was a finalist in the ASU Concerto Competition. She also sang with Opera Works' Ann Baltz in "Broken Bonds: An improv opera." She was chosen to sing for the Ithaca College School of Music Recruitment CD. Ariana has extensive dance training in tap, jazz, contemporary, ballet, lyrical, and hip hop which give her an elegant and commanding presence on stage. While home on Long Island, she performs with Opera Night Long Island. Recent credits include "La Zia Principessa" (Suor Angelica), "Zita" (cover) (Gianni Schicchi), "Eleanor Roosevelt" in a reading of Well Behaved Women composed by Broadway's Carmel Dean, "Carmen" (Carmen), "Arsamene" (Serse), "Dinah" (Trouble in Tahiti), and "Lee" (Marie Begins).