Suzanne Falletti sang as a soprano in the full-time Metropolitan Opera Chorus at Lincoln Center for 24 seasons, where she earned two Grammy awards for best opera recordings. A graduate of The Eastman School of Music with a Masters of Music degree in vocal performance and music literature. She is a two-time regional winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Voice Competition and a first place winner in the graduate division of the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition. Ms. Falletti served as an adjunct voice professor at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in their musical theater conservatory program, and many of her students went on to have broadway careers. She has been a guest teaching artist with The Eastman School of Music and the Boston Conservatory. She founded an educational opera touring program called Opera-to-Go while an artist-in-residence in Houston, Tx which Houston Grand Opera continues today.
Originally Suzanne attended Iowa State University on a clarinet scholarship, but she began her piano training at age 4 and accompanied choirs throughout middle school and high school. She had an accompanying fellowship and minored in piano after transferring to the University of Northern Iowa, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music. She has been teaching online voice lessons since the start of the pandemic. For more complete details feel free to contact her at http://www.suzannefallettising.com.