Soprano Lizzy Stant, from Dover, Delaware, graduated with her Master of Music degree in Voice from NEC in 2021. She currently performs in the Greater Boston and Providence areas. Her staged performances include opera, chamber works, and new music. Most recently, she was seen as the soprano soloist in the Commonwealth Chorale’s fall concert “Celebrating a New Era: Mozart, Martines, and a Martini”, the soprano soloist for St. Paul Brookline's annual Messiah, Sister Berta in FPAC's The Sound of Music, Rapunzel in Sondheim's Into the Woods with NEMPAC Opera, First Lady in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte with Miami Music Festival, and the Soprano in the Red Choir Quartet in the world premier of Cosmic Cowboy with White Snake Productions. For upcoming engagements you can check out her schedule page. On occasion, Lizzy plays rhythm guitar in New England’s First all-female Mariachi ensemble, led by Veronica Robles.
In addition to performance, Lizzy is also passionate about teaching and voice science. She was a Teaching Fellow with New England Conservatory’s Community and Partnerships program, where she partnered with Boston Hope Music Project to bring music lessons to front line health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. She also teaches a voice science course with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Tufts University. In August 2021, she presented her research on vibrato and aging singers at the Pan American Vocology Association (PAVA) Conference. She currently teaches at Weston High School, Franklin School of the Performing Arts, and maintains a private studio with students ranging in ages from 8 to 75 years old. She is a passionate pedagog and activist for equity in the arts. In addition to performing and teaching, Lizzy is the Digital Media Administrator for United Church on the Green in New Haven, CT. She loves to play field hockey and do yoga in her free time.