Sara Dailey
Native of Chicagoland, mezzo-soprano Sara Dailey most recently appeared on the opera stage as Meg Page in Indiana University's production of Falstaff. She made her orchestral soloist debut in 2022 with IU Chamber Opera, singing Julia Perry's Stabat Mater for Contralto & Strings. She earned her Bachelor of Music in Voice from Indiana University in 2020, where she is slated to finish her Master of Music this coming May.
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Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
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Sara Dailey

Sara Dailey is a mezzo-soprano from Portage, Indiana. She has appeared on the Indiana University Opera Theater stage as Meg Page in Falstaff, Alma March in Little Women, and the Mistress of the Novices in Suor Angelica. Most recently, she performed Julia Perry’s Stabat Mater with the IU Chamber Orchestra. Sara originated the roles of Aniele and Bartender in the Bloomington-based New Voices Opera production of John Griffith’s The Jungle. She has performed as the alto soloist in works such as Mozart’s Requiem, J.M. Haydn’s Requiem in C minor, and several Bach cantatas. She is a member of NOTUS, IU’s choral ensemble dedicated to performing music by living composers, and has lent her voice to the world premieres of several new choral works. She has also been a chorister in several operas at IU, including Die Zauberflöte, La Bohème, Bernstein’s MASS, Dialogues of the Carmelites, and Parsifal, in which she also performed the prophetic Voice from Above. Sara earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Indiana University under the tutelage of Julia Bentley and Wolfgang Brendel.