Lily Guerrero


Of Mice and Men

Lily Guerrero

(she/her/hers) "Delightful" and "hilarious" (Broadway World) soprano Lily Guerrero is a San Antonio based artist equally at home in opera and music theatre. Notable roles include Cunegonde (Candide), Curley's Wife (Of Mice and Men), Morgana (Alcina), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), and Pamina (Die Zauberflöte).

Florida State University
Doctor of Music, 2020
Wichita Grand Opera
Young Artist, 2014
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Ein Deutsches Requ...
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San Antonio Choral Society, 2021

A Night of Italian...
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Palmetto Opera, 2020


Lily Guerrero is a soprano from Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has performed frequently around the Midwest, notably as Norina in Don Pasquale with Windy City Opera in Chicago and as Despina in Così fan tutte with Winter Opera Saint Louis. She recently covered Marzelline (Fidelio) and Josephine (HMS Pinafore) as an apprentice artist with GLOW Lyric Theatre and attended the Atlantic Music Festival as an Opera Fellow under the tutelage of Mark Crayton and Arlene Shrut. A 2020 graduate of Florida State University, she sang Curley's Wife in Of Mice and Men, Cunegonde in Candide, and Morgana in Alcina on the main stage and Zdenka in Arabella for the Opera Scenes Showcase. Guerrero also sang the soprano solos in Handel's Messiah and Bach's Magnificat with the Tallahassee Community Chorus, conducted by Dr. André Thomas. As a young artist at Wichita Grand Opera, she sang Tebaldo in Don Carlo and covered Liu in Turandot. Prior to COVID-19, Guerrero sang Violetta in Act 1 of La traviata with Teatro Lirico d'Europa and had planned to sing another concert of Italian scenes with Palmetto Opera in South Carolina. In the competition circuit, Lily took third prize at the NATS Artist Awards Competition. In 2014, Guerrero was the winner of an Encouragement Award at the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, second place at the Naftzger Young Artist Competition, winner of the Wichita State University Concerto Competition, as well as the winner of the National Opera Association Opera Scenes Competition for her portrayal of Susannah in Susannah.
"Leading the performers in their acting chores was a fiery Lily Guerrero as Despina. Guerrero grandly interpreted the servant’s saucy demeanor... It’s a plum role and one that Guerrero handled with style and considerable persuasion."
— Ladue News