Corinne Delaney
Soprano

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Corinne Delaney is a classicaly trained, full lyric soprano.  She has studied with some of the best vocal coaches in the Washington DC metropolitan area including Laurie Nelson and Dr. Patricia Miller.  She currently is a bi-coastal freelance vocalist.  Most recently she sang the National Anthem at James Madison University's Homecoming Game (Oct 27, 2012).  She has sung for such events as the Embassy of France's Fete de Musique, the Children of Darfurs Charity event at the Mclean Community Center, and a recital series at the Lyceum Museum in Old Town, Alexandria.  She has performed with such internationally acclaimed artists as pianist, Brian Ganz, and the Orlando Philharmonic top flutist, Sandra delCid.  Most recently she performed some original pieces written by music composer, Laura Chick for the Songwriters Association of Washington DC.
 


Corinne has a 7 octave range and has performed the following roles:

  • Queen of the Night, The Magic Flute
  • The Countess, The Magic Flute
  • Musetta, La Boheme
  • Soprano, Messiah
  • Christine, Phantom of the Opera
  • Maria, West Side Story 
  • Carmen, Carmen