“ To hear Jacob Soulliere sing is to be transported to another time and place, one where the complexities and sometimes agonies of modern life are soothed through the power of an extraordinary voice.”
Jacob Soulliere, baritone, is an award-winning young opera singer with goals to be a full-time performer at the Metropolitan Opera. Jacob began his early classical voice studies with Kent State University emerita, Mary Sue Hyatt. Since then, Jacob has been singing and performing classical music and oratorios as well as understudying operas with well-known people including Mikael Eliasen,Reed Woodhouse, Julia Faulkner, Marlena Malas, Vernon Hartman, Reese Revak, Vance George, Kent Tritle and more. Educationally, Mr.Soulliere is widely known as a “backdoor student” at the Curtis Institute of Music where he was a selected finalist three consecutive years in a row under the direction of Danielle Orlando, Mikael Eliasen and Eric Owens. Currently, Jacob studies voice with Chris Nomura at the Manhattan School of Music in New York. In addition, Jacob coaches opera with Cincinatti Opera/Arizona Opera chorus master, Henri Venanzi. Most recently, Mr.Soulliere made his recital debut in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in May of 2023. Singing a solo at the Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall to being an invited soloist at the White House Christmas Gala under the office of Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Mr. Soulliere is arguably one of the finest young singers in the southwest.
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