Faith Adams
(She/Her) A dynamic coloratura with an appetite for knowledge, Faith Adams has established her musical prowess in her brief time as an undergraduate artist. She is an award-winning soloist, but she is no stranger to the theatre with multiple roles already under her belt.

From Mozart to Strauss, Faith is a multi-faceted soprano who challenges antiquated operatic standards, and she constantly seeks opportunities for learning and evolution as both an artist and human being.

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Dido and Aeneas
First Witch
TCU – Texas Christian University

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Faith Adams

Faith Adams is a lyric coloratura soprano and senior Vocal Performance major at TCU studying under the esteemed Angela Turner Wilson. This season, Ms. Adams will make her Mozart debut as Pamina in Die Zauberflöte as well as performing First Witch in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas. Her most notable TCU Opera credits include Pernille in The Beautiful Bridegroom, La Modista in The Italian Straw Hat, Talkative Ex and Papagena in Speed Dating Tonight!!, and Fiordiligi in TCU Opera Scenes. With the Taos Opera Institute, Ms. Adams performed the roles #7 and #10 in Remove Shoes Before Entering under composer Michael Ching himself, scenes from La Traviata, La Bohème, Die Fledermaus, Cavalleria Rusticana, and Carousel, and arias from The Elixir of Love, The Ballad of Baby Doe, and Der Freischütz. Since entering college, she has been named both Texoma NATS Semi-Finalist and Finalist. Ms. Adams is a sought-after soloist with various productions under her belt, but her favorites include TCU's 2020 Festival of American Song with Libby Larsen, Dr. Corey Trahan’s Evolution of Broadway in 90 Minutes lecture, the National Rodeo at Billy Bob’s, and Handel’s Messiah performances across the metroplex. Aside from her opera pursuits, Ms. Adams has received the title of TCU Scholar and membership on the TCU Dean’s List, and she is a Choral Scholar and frequent soloist at St. Stephen Presbyterian Church.



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