Ashlee Lamar
(She/Her) American soprano Ashlee Lamar is praised for her "fire," "formidable stage presence," and "delicious" voice. In the 2023 season, Ashlee looks forward to returning to her alma mater, Boston University in a concert performance of Turandot where she will appear in the title role. This performance features Deborah Burton's reimagining of the finale. She also looks forward to making her company debut with Des Moines Metro Opera where she will cover Fata Morgana in The Love for Three Oranges.
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Ashlee Lamar

American soprano Ashlee Lamar is praised for her "formidable stage presence," "fire," and "delicious" voice. In the 2023 season, Ashlee looks forward to joining Des Moines Metro Opera as an apprentice artist where she will cover Fata Morgana in Prokofiev's The Love for Three Oranges and also appear in Carmen and the Stars of Tomorrow concert with the Des Moines Metro Opera Orchestra. She also looks forward to returning to her alma mater, Boston University where she will perform in a concert performance of Turandot in the title role. This performance will feature the debut of Deborah Burton's reminaging of the finale.

In the 2021/2022 season, Ashlee made her role debut as Chrysothemis in Elektra with Dramatic Voices Berlin and returned to the role of Donna Anna in Don Giovanni with Opera on the Rocks. She also returned to The Glimmerglass Festival as a young artist where she covered and went on to perform the role of Kayla in Taking Up Serpents, performed Sister Berthe in The Sound of Music, and also appeared in Carmen. She also joined Sarasota Opera as an apprentice artist where she performed the partial roles of Leonora in Il Trovatore and Nedda in Pagliacci and also appeared in Tosca, La fille du régiment, Les pêcheurs de perles, and Attila. Ashlee also explored the title role in Turandot in an exciting new recording project in partnership with her alma mater, Boston University.

In the 2020 season, Ashlee looked forward to several role debuts, including Vitellia in La clemenza di Tito with Boston University Opera Institute, Donna Anna (cv) in Don Giovanni and Baroness Zeller in The Sound of Music, both with The Glimmerglass Festival. Unfortunately, all performances were cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19.

In the 2018/2019 season, Ashlee performed the title role in Suor Angelica as a Festival Artist with Red River Lyric Opera, Violetta Valéry in La Traviata, Vera Donovan in Dolores Claiborne, and Ruth Baldwin in John Musto's Later the Same Evening with the Opera Institute, and Eleanor Iselin in Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell's The Manchurian Candidate as an Emerging Artist with Seagle Music Colony.

Ashlee has also recently appeared as Mimì in La bohème with Red River Lyric Opera, Countess Ceprano in Rigoletto and Fiordiligi (cv) in Così fan tutte as a Young Artist with The Janiec Opera Company at Brevard Music Center, Harriet Mosher and Emmeline Mosher (cv) in Emmeline, and Kate Mayfield in Sweets by Kate with the Opera Institute. Equally at home in contemporary repertoire, Ashlee has had the pleasure of performing in operas by many contemporary composers including Kamala Sankaram, Tobias Picker, Kevin Puts, John Musto, and Griffin Candey. 
Ms. Lamar graduated cum laude from The Boston Conservatory with a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance with Opera Emphasis. She holds a Performance Diploma from Boston University in Voice Performance, and completed her Certificate in Opera Performance at the Boston University Opera Institute, where she was the winner of the Phyllis Curtin Award for professionalism, artistry, and collegiality. Ms. Lamar is a student of Penelope Bitzas. Ashlee currently resides in New York City with her Boston Terrier, Alien.

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