Alexis Aime

Alexis Aime

Lyric Soprano

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2017Gluck: Orfeo ed EuridiceEuridice
2017Gluck: Orfeo ed EuridiceAmore
2016Britten: The Rape of LucretiaFemale Chorus

Bio

Alexis Aimé received her Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory in Vocal Performance in 2014. As a recital performer in the 2014 Oberlin in Italy program,  Ms. Aimé studied with Delores Ziegler and Danielle Orlando, performing in fifteen concerts across Tuscany in 6 weeks. She was also privileged to work with Maestro Louis Siciliano on a collaborative vocal performance for an Italian documentary filmed during that time. A few of her roles include the title role in Tchaikovsky's Iolanta, Lady Macduff in Bloch's Macbeth, Gretel in Hänsel und Gretel, and Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus. Ms. Aimé began her professional career with Opera Theatre of St. Louis in 2013 performing the role of the Lover in Il tabarro by Puccini. She also covered the role of Young Emile in the world premiere of Terrence Blanchard’s Champion. Ms. Aimé was honored to sing Schubert’s Gretchen am Spinnrade at TEDx Nashville as part of the Alexander & Buono presentation on The Classical Musician: New Paradigm, New Imperatives and she also performed at the ABC Gala at Carnegie Hall. Ms. Aimé has been the recipient of honors and awards including the Deans Scholarship at Oberlin Conservatory, Bev Sellers Memorial Scholarship, Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Heineken USA Performing Arts Scholarship and chosen as an NFAA YoungsArts Vocal Finalist, and a Gerdine Young Artist at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis. This past summer, Ms. Aimé participated in Joan Dornemann's IVAI program in New York City studying with Ruth Falcon as well as auditioning for opera houses in Germany and France at the Sankt Goar International Music Festival. 
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CV & Repertoire

Musical Work Role Jump-in ready? Company Year
Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice Euridice Immediately University of Maryland 2017
Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice Amore Immediately University of Maryland 2017
Britten: The Rape of Lucretia Female Chorus Immediately University of Maryland 2016