Hayley Abramowitz

SOPRANO

"SPOGLIATI, BAMBOLINO"
Gianni Schicchi/Giacomo Puccini
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"DURCH ZÄRTLICHKEIT UND SCHMEICHELN"
Die Entführung aus dem Serail/W.A....
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Hayley Abramowitz

(they/them/theirs) Upcoming: Romilda (Serse) with IUOBT Recent: Nella (Gianni Schicchi), Principal Flowermaiden (Parsifal) with IUOBT; Erato (Terpsicore) with American Bach Soloists Academy; Clio (Parnasso in festa) with IU Historical Performance Institute

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"LONGFELLOW MOSAIC (2018)"
William Kenlon
"JE SUIS ENCORE"
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"MY DARLING JIM"
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Schedule

Serse/G.F. Handel
Romilda

IU Opera and Ballet Theater, 2021


Gianni Schicchi
Nella

IU Opera and Ballet Theater, Feb-20

Tehillim
Steve Reich

Ojai Music Festival, 2020

Symphony No. 4
Gustav Mahler

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 2020

Parsifal
Principal Flowermaiden

IU Opera and Ballet Theater, 2019

Biography

Hayley Abramowitz, soprano, is dually based in the DC-metro area and Bloomington, Indiana. They are currently pursuing their PD in Voice, studying with Carol Vaness at the IU Jacobs School of Music. They are returning to the IU stage this March as Romilda in Handel's Serse, after two appearances with IU Opera and Ballet Theater (Nella/Gianni Schicchi, Principal Flowermaiden/Parsifal) last season.

Hayley was slated to finish the 2019-2020 season with their professional debut, singing Mahler's Symphony No. 4 with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. They were also looking forward to joining the Ojai Music Festival to perform Steve Reich's Tehillim, and singing as a featured soloist with NOTUS in their New Zealand World Choral Symposium program. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these performances were cancelled or postponed.

As a participant in the 2019 American Bach Soloists Academy and a third place winner at Cincinnati SongSLAM, Hayley prides themself on their devotion to both new and early music. In previous seasons, they have appeared as Clio in Handel's little-known serenata, Parnasso in festa, and given numerous premieres for living composers and dear friends.

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