International, award winning, soprano Sarai Elizabeth Cole, holds a BA in Acting from Rider University, and an MM in Opera Performance from Temple University.
While at Temple University, Sarai was featured in Temple University Opera Theater's productions as The First Lady in "The Magic Flute", Suor Angelica in "Suor Angelica", and Lady Billows in "Albert Herring".
Sarai has performed in many distinguished venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Kimmel Center (Verizon Hall & Perelman Theater), Teatro Sodre (Montevideo, Uruguay), Auditorio Astengo (Rosario, Argentina), Auditorio Juan Victoria (San Juan, Argentina), as well as numerous auditoriums, churches, and synagogues in the US, South America, and Spain.
Ms. Cole has won a number of competitions and grants including the Barry Alexander International Voice Competition, the Harlem Opera Theatre Competition, the Long Beach Mozart Festival Competition, Wagner Society of New York Encouragement Grant (2014), the Frances E. Williams Artist Grants, and has been a finalist in many more, the Philadelphia Orchestra Greenfield Competition (2012 & 2013) and the AIMS Meister Singer competition among them.
Upcoming Sarai will be performing in The Opera Project's concert series, as well as a recital with the Hatboro Baptist Church Spring Concert Series, and will perform lead roles in Il Trovatore, Don Giovanni, and La Bohème, with Center Stage Opera.
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