Melanie Goerlitz - NOSPR
She is a lyric soprano based out of New York City. She was most recently seen touring the country with a Broadway musical called "Hooray for Hollywood!" She was delighted to recently make her European debut in a concert tour throughout Poland. This concert highlighted the works of contemporary and traditional musical theater, and she was accompanied by a full symphony orchestra. Other recent highlights include her Carnegie Hall debut with the New York Choral Society. Melanie study in Carnegie Mellon University. While studying at CMU, Melanie managed to sing her way to the top. "I felt like a big fish in a huge ocean, so I knew I had to work my hardest." She performed in many concerts, but a few of the highlights included the role of "Nancy" in Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring, "Second Lady" in scenes from The Magic Flute, soloist in Bach's Magnificat, and featured ensemble in Candide. After graduating with the highest honors, Melanie spent the summer studying opera in Italy. This experience had a great influence on her. After spending the rest of the year on a national tour of "Swing! The Musical" she returned to Italy to spend another summer studying. This wonderful experience led her to make her operatic debut as the prize role of "Nannetta" in Falstaff. She even had the pleasure to sing back up for Florence Henderson. Traveling the world while singing was an incredible and life-changing experience for Melanie. Goerlitz most recently made her European debut throughout, Italy and Poland performing concerts under the direction of Woytek Mrozek Production Group. She is delighted to be returning to Poland for more performances in 2020.