Kerriann
Otaño


Opera Memphis

After a decade working as a professional opera singer, Kerriann has pivoted to work as an artistic administrator, freelance producer, mental healthcare advocate, and founding member of a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion task force.

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Notable Affiliations

The Metropolitan Opera
Guest Artist, 2019
Opera San José
Resident Artist/Guest Artist, 2018-2020
Lyric Opera of Chicago
Guest Artist, 2018
Houston Grand Opera
Guest Artist, 2017
Washington National Opera
Young Artist/Guest Artist, 2014-2018
Current Position(s)
Opera Memphis
Memphis, TN
Marketing and Public Relations Manager

2020

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Previous Experience
Opera NEO
San Diego, California
Artistic Administrator
2020
- organized presenter schedule for a two-week intensive virtual artist training program - produced, created, and edited engaging artist content for NEO's social media while managing a three person marketing team - produced exceptional web content that garnered national attention - conceptualized, researched, and led a workshop on Mental Health for Opera Singers - acted as liaison for and facilitated mediation between artists and administration - maintained an environment of collaboration and mutual respect in a challenging virtual climate
Sing For Hope
New York, NY
Producer
2020
- organized an ambitious video project remotely featuring 30 women across the country during the pandemic - motivated my team to create a joyful and important project during this challenging social and political time - produced the audio tracks for singers and instrumentalists recording remotely - developed a marketing campaign to increase viewership and donations
The Dallas Opera
Dallas, TX
TDO Network Producer
2020
- developed an engaging weekly web series aimed at empowering women in opera, averaging 50,000 organic impressions per episode - reacted to the horrific murder of George Floyd by producing and participating in a candid, challenging panel discussion on the role of arts organizations in the ongoing fight for social justice and equity for BIPOC - produced a compelling episode in celebration of Pride Month, highlighting the lives and careers of nearly two dozen members of the LGBTQIA+ operatic community
Opera Memphis Marketing and Public Relations Manager

About Kerriann



About Opera Memphis

Our mission is to entertain and inspire the people of Memphis and the mid-south through the art of opera. Our vision is to be a model of artistic integrity, musical excellence, and community involvement. Our values respect the music. Respect the story. Respect the artists. Respect the audience.
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