Ashley Marie
Robillard

Soprano
Ashley Marie Robillard
(She/Her) Praised for her "fresh-brook lyric soprano" (Parterre Box) and "real stage chops" (Broad Street Review), soprano Ashley Marie Robillard is quickly making a name for herself in the worlds of opera, chamber music, recital, and cabaret.
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Ashley Marie Robillard

Ashley made her professional debut with Opera Philadelphia in 2017 as Papagena in the Barrie-Kosky production of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte. The following season she sang Musetta in La bohème with the company, earning praise for her “crystalline vocal sparkle” and “wonderfully complex” performance (Parterre Box). She also presented a number of recitals with Opera Philadelphia, including two for the O18 festival recital series Fridays at Field. She was a member of their Emerging Artist Program from 2017-19. Ashley was accepted to the prestigious Merola Opera Program for the summer of 2020. She was to make her role debut as Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, which has now been postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. During the summer of 2019, Ashley was a studio artist with the esteemed Wolf Trap Opera Company. She covered multiple roles with the company, performed in their recital series Little Lunch Music, and made her role debut as Echo in Richard Strauss' Ariadne auf Naxos. A passionate interpreter of recital and chamber music, Ashley has performed in recital tours and recital series since 2013. From 2016-19 she presented a staged rendition of Hugo Wolf's Italienisches Liederbuch alongside pianist Mikael Eliasen and baritone Dennis Chmelensky with Curtis on Tour, Music for Montauk, and the La Jolla Athenaeum. Ashley was a young artist with Music From Angel Fire in August of 2019, where she performed chamber music alongside Ida Kavafian, Peter Wiley, Peter Llyod, Toby Appel, Cathy Meng-Robinson, Pamela Pyle, and esteemed colleagues from the Curtis Institute of Music.

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