Vivien Vigliante, 18, is a soprano from Northern Virginia. She began singing when she was ten and has been taught by Lorraine Nubar, Cynthia Sanner, Jorge Parodi, Sooyeon Kim, and Claire Galloway Weber.
In 2019, she played “Prince Orlofsky” in "Die Fledermaus" as part of Harmonia’s Youth Opera Program. In 2020, she participated in the Peabody Classical Singers Workshop Summer Intensive. Also in 2020, she played “Mrs. Wormwood,” in her high school’s fall musical, "Matilda." In 2021, she participated in The Juilliard Winter Festival Classical Voice Workshop. She also played the role of “Mama Euralie” in her high school’s spring musical, "Once on this Island." In the summer of 2021, Vivien participated in the Washington National Opera’s prestigious Summer Institute Program and also attended Carnegie Mellon University’s Summer Music Pre-college for classical voice. Currently, she is a classical voice student in the Juilliard Pre-College program in NYC.
Vivien has had the honor of singing in masterclasses with Brian Zeger, Madeline Miskie, Elizabeth Futral, Rachel Calloway, Dr. Michelle DeBruyn, Stanford Olsen, Katherine Jolly, Karen Lykes, Daniel Weeks, and Amy Johnson.
She has been recognized by numerous local and national competitions including Music International Grand Prix, NATS, Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association (NVMTA), Hal Leonard, CS Music 2021 and 2022 Spring Competition finalist, Schmidt, "From the Top" (Fellowship recipient), YoungArts, and the George and Nora London Foundation.
Vivien will graduate from high school in 2023. She hopes to attend college to study classical vocal performance.