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Aubrey Adams-McMillan


joined the voice faculty of Westminster College, SLC, in August of 2011. Hailed for her incredibly balanced voice, even tone and sensitive musicianship, Aubrey enjoys an active career singing Opera, music theater, chamber music, art song and symphonic works. Her love for music began young and she continues to explore repertoire that challenges her. She discovered her love for twentieth century music and collaborating with composers during her work with Claudio Abaddo and the New York philharmonic singing Schoenberg and Debussy. In her home of Salt Lake City, she performs with the prestigious Utah Symphony, Intermezzo, Utah Opera, Eutopia, Nova, The American Festival Chorus and Orchestra, Cathedral of the Madeleine concert series and Utah lyric Opera. Among the list of works Aubrey has performed: Sea Pictures, Barber of Seville, Mahler’s fourth symphony, Britten’s Noye’s Fludde, Man of La Mancha, St. Paulus, Rutter spirituals, Lucia Di Lammermoor, Handel Dixit Dominus, and Messiah. Mozart C Minor Mass, Requiem, La Clemenza di Titto, Marriage of Figaro, and Cosi fan Tutte. Aubrey has been a recipient of the Marion Anderson Scholarship at Westminster choir College, the Penrose Scholar at Central City Opera, and a two-time district finalist in the Metropolitan Opera competition and received the encouragement award.

Aubrey also enjoys working with composers and singing new works. She was involved in the workshop of Ricky Ian Gordan’s Grapes of Wrath and has performed in Little Women by Mark Adamo at Central City and Utah opera. She debuted the Requiems of both Alfonso Tenriero, and Jeff Manookian. In addition to Aubrey’s busy performance career, Aubrey teaches and serves as President of the National Association of Teachers of Singing on the Northern Utah Chapter. As professor of voice at Westminster College, Aubrey has overseen the recitals of over thirty students and Is currently a Doctoral Student at the University of Utah, with a full-scholarship T A position. Her research interests include neuroscience and the growing understanding of the pathways developed through music performance practice, as well as the historically informed performance of Baroque music. She produced her first crossover album, Beautiful Dreamer, in 2021 which can be found on all streaming platforms worldwide.

Aubrey Adams-McMillan
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