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Learn more about Madison's extensive vocal experience, non-musical interests, and access her publicity materials.


Hailed for her “exquisite voice” and “a joy to behold”, Madison is most recently recognized for her debut as Mimì in La bohème (Northern Light Music Festival) and her Mozartian trio as Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni (Boston Opera Collaborative), Countess Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro (Janiec Opera Company), and Fiordiligi in Così fan tutti (Boston Conservatory Opera) where she revealed “her fine sense of pitch that gave unusual accuracy and delicacy to her coloratura possibilities” while exuding "an exciting physicality in her performances". Notable roles in Madison's repertoire also include Michaela in Carmen, Frau Fluth in Die Lustige Weibe von Windsor, and the title role in Tchaikovsky's Iolanta (cover) 


Madison has been most recently heard in the concert hall as a frequent featured soloist with Tahoe Symphony for works including La Traviata's "Sempre libera" (Verdi), Frühlingstimmen (Strauss), Messiah (Handel), and ein deutsches requiem (Brahms). Beyond her local performances, she has thoroughly enjoyed her recent collaborative recitals from Napa Valley, CA to Reno, NV and Boston, MA.  


 Beyond her performance career, Madison is passionate about inducing positive change in the classical music industry and volunteers her time with the Soloists Collective for Emerging Artists (SCEA)


Madison holds degrees from both California State University, Long Beach and Boston Conservatory at Berklee. 

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