Praised for her ‘lithe and elegant’ lyric soprano, Carolyne DalMonte is a versatile singer whose skills are equally at home in opera, oratorio, and professional choral music. A new resident of Chicago, Miss DalMonte has been thrilled to have participated in concerts with the Chicago Symphony Chorus, Grant Park Festival Chorus, and Music of the Baroque during her first year in town. Most recently, Miss DalMonte was thrilled to be featured as the soprano soloist for the 2022 Emmanuel Bach Festival in Boston, MA, where she sang the soprano solos in BWV 99 and BWV 37. As a sought-after oratorio soloist, she has performed Handel’s Messiah, The Fauré Requiem, The Brahms Requiem, and the Haydn Nelsonmesse with various Southern California ensembles, and has performed as a soloist with Bach Collegium San Diego in 2020 and 2021. As an avid lover of opera and a gifted actress, Miss DalMonte’s performed roles include Adina in L’elisir d’amore, Dorinda in Orlando, Mimi in La Bohème, and the title role in Manon, as well as Despina in Così fan tutte. Miss DalMonte is immensely proud of her professional choral heritage, and has sung with elite professional ensembles such as the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Choir in New York City, Brevitas, and The Thirteen. In addition to her work as a performer, Miss DalMonte is passionate teacher and has run her own voice studio since 2014. She has served as an “in-house” vocal coach to several prestigious schools on the east and west coast. Her students, both youth and adult, have won prizes in national and regional competitions, and they are regularly featured in lead roles in musicals and as soloists in choral concerts. Driven to serve the communities that have supported her, Miss DalMonte is currently serving out her term as President of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, San Diego chapter. Miss DalMonte is a graduate of the University of Delaware and Westminster Choir College. She is a student of Braeden Harris and is represented by Vocal Artists Management.