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Certified Undergraduate

Amalia Crevani

Milford , NJ, USA


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Classical Musical Theatre Pop SingerSopranoUndergraduateClass of 2021

Amalia is an undergraduate Vocal Performance major/Theater minor at DePauw University. She studies with Kerry Jennings (former teacher Caroline Smith) is a graduate of the Juilliard PreCollege Division (Lorraine Nubar). She also studies piano, composition, and dance. Amalia has performed leading roles in both operas and musical theater productions both at school and in the community. In opera, examples are past performances as "Susanna" (Le nozze di Figaro), "La Fée " (Cenrillon), "Gretel" (Hansel and Gretel), and the upcoming role of "The Fairy" (Sleeping Beauty). In MT, Amalia recently performed as "Phoebe"- A Gentlemen's Guide to Love and Murder. Past roles include "Reno Sweeney" (Anything Goes), "The Witch" (Into the Woods), "Judy Bernly" (9 to 5 The Musical). Amalia has distinguished herself by winning numerous national and international competitions such as the Metropolitan Opera Encouragement Award at the Indiana District Auditions, NOA 2020 Opera Scenes (Collegiate Division, 2nd place),The Manhattan Competition, NY Lyric Opera Theater, The American Prize, Classical Singer Online Competition, Rondo Vanguard Competition, The Berliner Competition, Best Performance Series Competitions (Debussy, Rossini, Handel, Schumann, Artist of the Year, Rising Talents of the Americas), and was the winner of the DePauw University Concerto Competition (2019). For Musical Theater, Amalia won the Hal Leonard Musical Theater competition and was a Classical Singer Competition Finalist in 2019. She was also Paper Mill Playhouse nominee for Best Actress in a Leading role for her portrayal of "Judy" in 9 to 5 and at just 15 years old, was an Honorable Mention for the same award for her performance as "Reno Sweeney" in Anything Goes. Beyond competitions, Amalia has completed summer studies and master classes with great performers such as Edda Moser, Claudia Visca, Dalton Baldwin, Valery Girard, Sutton Foster, Laura Bell Bundy, and Alice Ripley. This summer, Amalia will be studying in Aspen at the Summer Music Festival with Renée Fleming, Patrick Summers, and Carol Vaness.

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